Wednesday, August 20, 2014

BUGGIN' OUT

           In this experiment I learned that even though insects are small and invertebrate they are very agile. The bees pollinate a flower in less than 10 seconds. My hypothesis was that the bees would pollinate a flower in an average of 7 seconds. Based on my results, the average that a bee takes to pollinate a flower is 6.6 seconds. I would say that my hypothesis was proved. If I were to do this experiment again I would have used a timer to have accurate results. This experiment changed the way a look at invertebrates.

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