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How caterpillars use their feces to fool corn

For some caterpillars, pooping where they eat is an unavoidable fact of life—even if it’s on the very corn they eat. Now, researchers report that keeping this excrement on hand may be part of the caterpillar’s master plan to dupe the plant into turning off its defenses, allowing the caterpillars …

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Malaria and Natural Selection

Malaria poses a great threat to 2.4 billion people—over one third of the world’s population—living in more than 90 countries, most of them in the tropics. Symptoms of malaria include fever, headache, and vomiting, and usually appear between 10 and 15 days after the mosquito bite. If not treated, malaria …

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Bees: Where has the Buzz Gone?

Our bumblebees have been vanishing for quite a while: on account of wild honey bees, this has been steady through the years, yet we’re seeing steeper decreases all the more as of late of a few species. Then again, the way this term ‘missing honey bees’ is utilized, can be …

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Honey Bee a significant beneficial biotic agent that indirectly elevates productivity via efficient pollination coupled with Honey

Honey bees are considered as farmer friends because they benefit farmer in so many ways. These honey bees are domesticated for purpose of honey and wax production. Honey bees are fascinating insect of order hymenoptera. Farmer domesticate them due to characteristics of these bees that they make social organization, produce …

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Insect Blinks

This study explains the blinking of insects, in which we discuss how and why the insects blink. It is a rare phenomenon which occurs in few insects like fireflies and lightening beetles. Here, in this article, fireflies and lightening beetles are discussed as blinking insects. Their habitat, bioluminescence and phenomenon …

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What Attracts Mosquitos To Human

Mosquito is a serious threat to human health and as well as our economy of agriculture because they play a vital role as significant vectors of some lethal pathogens. Mosquitoes transmit diseases such as dengue, malaria and yellow fever humans and animals.It is straight that only female Mosquito bite because …

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Do Insect Sleep

As doctors say “sleep” is good for health but only for human and other vertebrates. It is wrong that insects can sleep with full letup of brainbut they just have stillness. They also can’t close their eyes because they don’t have eyelids. Omatidia present in the compound eyes always in …

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