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2016/10/1819:39:51

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All across the United States,honeybees are flying away from their hives and dying. The disappearance of so many bees is causing a lot of worry about some important food crops.
Bees give us a lot more than delicious honey. They are pollinators-they enable plants to produce the fruits and nuts we enjoy by carrying pollution from one plant or flower to the next. The wind pollinates oats ,corn,and wheat,but many other plants ( like apple trees and melon vines ) depend on animals such as ibsects ,bats,and birs. Animals pollinate about one out of every three of food we eat . In the U.S. ,millions of bees kept by human beekeepers fly around doing a lot of this important work for food crops.
Professional beekeepers raise honeybees, box them up, and send them on tracks to filds where farmers grow food. Bees live in groups of abouti 40,000 individual called colonies. California's almond crop alone depends on about harf the bees in the country, about1,5 million colonies! The bees pollinate the almond groves for about six weeks, and then are sent on to work other crops. But now the almond crop and many others could be in trouble with so many bees dying.
Researchers at government and university laboratories all over the country are trying to figure out why so many bee colonies are dying. However, beest are hard to stady , according to Dr. Pettis of the Bee Research Laboratory at theU.S. Agricultural Research Service. Most bees die away from the hive, so researchers don't have dead bodies to examine . Also, when researchers return to a hive after twe weeks, about half the bees they studied on their first visit will be dead , replaced by new ones in the natural life cycle of bees. What makes their research even harder is that these busy insects fly up to two miles away from their hive in search of pollen and nectar from flowers. So when bees pick up diseases or get exposed to poison in their environment, it is hard to know exactly where that happened.
Researchers do have some ideas about what could be affecting bee health. Bees could be sick from poisons widely used to kill insects, or they might not be getting enough good food to stay healthy. Also , tiny creatures called mites feed on bees . "Any or all of these things could be weakening the honey bees," explains Pettis," and then a virus or bacteria could be doing the killing.
Pettis is hoping for a solution , because bees are so important. You can eat plain oatmeal every day and get by , and oats are pollinated by the wind ," he says. But if you want to add some blueberries or nuts to your daily oatmeal , thoseare the things you have to thank pollinators for . Bees are worth protrcting because their work adds so much to thediversity of our meals."

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The research further showed that a team's strongest ties were the best predictor of its performance. A team's strongest ties indicated a performance better than the technical abilities of its members, what the members already knew on the topic, or their personality types.

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The paper, "The Strength of the Strongest Ties in Collaborative Problem Solving," was published in the June 20 issue of Nature Scientific Reports and co-authored by graduate students Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye and Arkadiusz Stopczynski; postdoc Erez Shmueli; Alex Pentland, the Tobisha Professor of Media Arts and Sciences; and Sune Lehmann, a professor at the Technical University of Denmark.

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