If a returning forager dances and waggles her abdomen while moving upward

If a returning forager dances and waggles her abdomen

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If a returning forager dances and waggles her abdomen while moving upward (vertically) in straight line on the comb that indicates that the food source she found is located: towards the suns position13.The nervous system of the honey bee is composed of: brain and seven dorsal (top) ganglia14.Fertilized eggs can result in the development of: workers and queens15.Segments of honey bee composed of three subsegments: thorax16.The correct statement that applies to honey bees: the hind leg ius specialized for pollen packing17.A mated queen can lay the following types of eggs: fertilized eggs AND unfertilized eggs18.The following is true for drones: drones cannot sting19.Worker bees may become precocious (early) foragers if: the older bees in the hive are lost AND the beekeeper splits a colony and uses only young bees for the new colony20.As the larva of honey bee grows, it moults, which means: it changes cuticle21.Queen bees produce pheromones which: function as sexual attractant for drones22.The jaws of bees are known as: mandibles23.Stinging in honey bees is: mostly a defensive behavior AND fatal to the worker bee24.Female bees have: an ovipositor modified to sting AND two pairs of wings AND three major bodyparts25.Which of the following statements is false: beeswax originates from secretions of the thoraxic glands26.Behaviour that enables worker bees to perceive colony needs: patrolling27.Which of the following statements is true about the queen honey bee: none of the above (reduced abdomen, 5000 eggs or more per day, mates all year)28.Age related tasks of worker honey bees usually take place in the following order from first to last: cell cleaning, brood feeding, comb building, foraging
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29.Only one of the following statements is true: mating between queens and drones only occurs outside the hive30.Bees start clustering together inside the hive when the external temperature drops below 13 degrees C31.What type of info is conveyed by the bee performing the wagtail dance: direction AND quality AND distance to food source32.In today’s beekeeping world, Canada excels in: honey yield per colony33.During the peak of the blooming season a forager usually lives: 28 to 35 days total34.Why do bees show/expose their Nasonov gland: to release hive recognition pheromone to attract nestmates35.Only one of the following statements is true: red blood cells transport oxygen in bees blood36.The regulation of bee behavior in a hive is influenced by: stimuli AND hormones AND genetic predisposition AND age37.The stage during which the developing honey bee undergoes the greatest amount of bodily differentiation is called: larve38.Only one of the following statements is true: drones are expelled from hives as the weather cools in the fall39.Pupae are characteristic of: holometabolous insects40.The most important flow clues that are attractive to bees include: flower scent and colour41.In the above diagram, the following are represented: respiratory (screenshot)42.
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  • Fall '12
  • ErnestoGuzman
  • Beekeeping, honey bees, Africanized bees

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