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Question 40(1 point)SaveThe passage of pollen as collected by honeybees and bumble bees is as follows: i.removed from the antennae by the pollen rake. ii.gathered by the pollen rakes into the pollen press. iii.groomed from the body of the bee and dropped. iv.taken from the body by the basitarsal brushes. v.transferred from one side of the bee to the other by movements of the metathoracic legs. vi.carried on the bee back to the hive. vii.from the flower to the body of the bee. viii.the bee is now so tired it goes to sleep and never wakes up. ix.taken from the body by the pollen rake. x.squeezed into the corbicula to make the pollen load. xi.groomed from the body of the bee by the legs and passed posteriorly. xii.transferred from one side of the bee to the other by movements of the mesothoracic legs. a) xi - iv - xii - ii - x - vi. b) vii - xi - iv - v - ii - x - vi. c) ix - v - i - iii - ii - vi. d) vii - xi - iv - v - ii - x - viii. e) vii - ii - iv - xi - x - vi. Question 41(1 point)SaveThe main factor that differentiates the development of a queen and a worker honeybee is: Question 42(1 point)SaveThe name of the organ of honeybees (and all insects) that have a function similar to that of kidneys is