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Honey Bee Anatomy & Physiology

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Made up of seven nerve masses distributed in the bee's body.
The proper name bee blood.
The top side of a bee.
Tiny tubes within each ovary for release of eggs.
Threadlike tubes through which oxygen is carried inside of bees.
# of main parts of a bees body.
The upper rear part of the thorax containing the air sacs.
The mid section of the antennae with 3 segments in it.
Exterior dorsal gland on a honey bee from which they excrete the "marker" pheromone.
This separates foodstuffs going to the digestive system
Where the main sensory input is located on a bee.
Two of these segmented sensory organs are on the head of a bee.
The part of the thorax that controls frontal muscle movement.
Also called the "Sting" it is originally for careful depositing of eggs into a cell.
Bees have three of these simple eyes.
The outer or top 8 segments of the antennae.
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The gland often thought of as a 2nd stomach in a bee.
The digestive, reproductive and defensive functions are in this part of a bee.
The sucking "tube" used by bees to intake nectar and other liquids.
The 7 sensory organs on the antennae.
This is the "velcro" that holds bees wings to work as one pair
Tiny holes along the sides of a bee through which they breathe.
These are the individual lenses that make up the compound eyes.
The reproductive, "container" in the abdomen that can store and keep alive the sperm of the drones a Queen bee mates with.
The blood pumping organ in bees containing 5 chambers.
Another way to refer to the digestive stomach
Bees have 4 of these or 2 pairs.
Primary defensive weapon on a bee.
The part of the thorax that controls lower muscle movement
The underside of the bee.
The front bottom part of the thorax that controls the lower front muscular movement.
The ___ stalk is the base of the antennae
Bees use these to groom and eat with.
Bees have two of these primary types of eye.