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Bees and Apple Trees

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Isabella White

on 5 April 2013

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Transcript of Bees and Apple Trees

Bees and Apple Trees a symbiotic relationship A Love Story Memories They say
Goodbye The Bee Side The Tree Side They meet Mutualism Tree Benefits Bee Benefits Define the Relationship a relationship in which both species involved benefit.
i.e. protection, nourishment, transportation, procreation - nourishment for the bees is made from the nectar that the tree produces - the tree is able to reproduce because the bee spreads it's pollen to other plants. The bee lands on the apple blossom, attracted by its beauty and scent The bee gathers nectar from the blossom that will later be turned into food for the bees Pollen from previous flowers falls from the bee's body, and picks up extra pollen from the blossom It was short but sweet
the bee gets food and
the tree gets pollinated
until they meet again
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