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Describe the age-wise duties performed by a worker honeybee during its 35 days life-span......................................... ..............?

Asked by Mili Chandra, 16 Jun '09 02:27 pm
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Answered by anil garg, 01 Jul '10 11:56 pm

 
  
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What is all abt.
Answered by Rajiv Parmar, 18 Dec '09 11:42 am

 
  
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Honey bees pass through four distinct life stages: the egg, larva, pupa and adult. The process is called complete metamorphosis, which means that the form of the bee changes drastically from the larva to the adult. Passing through the immature stages takes 21 days for worker bees. On the first day, the queen bee lays a single egg in each cell of the comb. The egg generally hatches into a larva on the fourth day. The larva is a legless grub that resembles a tiny white sausage. The larva is fed a mixture of pollen and nectar called beebread. On the ninth day the cell is capped with wax and the larva transforms into the pupa. The pupa is a physical transition stage between the amorphous larva and the hairy, winged adult. The pupa doesn't eat. On day 21, the new adult worker bee emerges.

The queen can live from 2-5 years. The drone lives 40-50 days. Drones are male bees. Most of the bees are workers.They are females. They work hard making honey and stinging for defense! They live from 1 ...more
Answered by Magik, 16 Jun '09 02:35 pm

 
  
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