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Science 5

Comp Check 1.3

queen a female bee that mates and lays eggs
pollen the yellow "dust" that flowers use in producing seeds
worker a female bee that does not mate and lay eggs
nectar sweet liquid made by flowers in order to attract insects
pollination the transfer of pollen from male to female plant parts
drone a male bee; has no stinger and does no work
How is the brightness of the goldenrod helpful to insects? Because of the brightness of goldenrod, insects can find goldenrod easily so that they can get nectar.
How is the goldenrod's brightness helpful to itself? The goldenrod needs to attract insects for pollination.
How do honeybees survive in the winter? Honeybees survive the winter by staying close together in their hive and moving their wings to stay warm.