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How do bees make honey?

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asked Dec 6, 2013 in Nature by anonymous
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A bumble bee begins the nectar making process by going to a bloom and assembling some of its nectar. Numerous plants use nectar as a method for swaying bugs to stop at the bloom. Currently assembling nectar, the bug exchanges dust grains starting with one blossom then onto the next and pollinates the bloom. Most blossom nectar's are like sugar water sucrose blended with water. Nectar's can hold other useful substances also. To make nectar,
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