11 May 2017
Do you know that bees love caffeine in coffee? one way valve tell you that bees have a special liking for caffeine, because caffeine can bring them a lot of benefits and help them to gather honey more quickly.
According to the experimental observation, the bees will often take the nectar containing caffeine, caffeine to let the bees dance. Studies have shown that the effect of caffeine on the brain is not only effective for humans, but also for bees, it can enhance the memory of the bees to remember where the flowers are, and they will be better able to transmit the pollen.Most of the bees can still remember the flowers after twenty-four hours, but most of them can remember the flowers even after three days.
This study shows that caffeine affects the underlying mechanisms of the brain. The behavior of bees can be used to explain why people prefer to drink coffee while reading. The habits and preferences of bees can help researchers find out how to promote the protection of agriculture and the countryside. The transfer of pollen by bees and other insect borne pollen is reduced, it endangering biodiversity and partial grain production.
Many plants produce caffeine, which acts as a natural insect repellent to avoid caterpillars and other insects that like to eat plants, but the bees love caffeine.
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Originally published 11 May 2017, updated 11 May 2017.
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