By DAIANAGABAR
2 years ago

ALBINA(BEE)

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Bees are flying insects, classified within the Apoidea superfamily within Apocrita suborder, which also contains wasps and ants that feed on nectar of flowers (as a source of energy due to the sugar content) and pollen (as a source of protein, more used to feeding larvae), activity that ends with the pollination of flowers and, in some cases, with the production of honey and wax.
Thus, the pollen that they inevitably lose when moving from one flower to another is important for plants because some of the pollen falls on the pistil (the reproductive structure) of other flowers of the same species, leading to cross-pollination. Bees are, in fact, the most important pollinating insects and interdependence between them and plants, making them an excellent example of a type of symbiosis known as 'mutualism,' an association between different bodies that is advantageous for both sides.
On the other hand, some bee species produce honey from nectar. Honey bees and needleless bees gather large amounts of honey, a feature exploited by beekeepers harvesting honey for human consumption.
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