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Question 1:
What is the genus authority of Bumblebee?
Barret et al., 2005
Latreille, 1802
Hu00FCbner, 1819
Meyrick, 1932

Question 2: [3] One reason for this is that bumblebees can regulate their ________, via solar radiation, internal mechanisms of "shivering" and radiative cooling from the abdomen (called heterothermy).
FeverNormal human body temperatureHypothermiaThermoregulation

Question 3:
What genus does Bumblebee belong to?
Grallaricula
Bombus
Apolemichthys
Herrania

Question 4: Bumblebees are in danger in many developed countries due to ________ and collateral pesticide damage.
Food securityOverpopulationWorld populationHabitat destruction

Question 5: There are over 250 known species, existing primarily in the Northern Hemisphere although they are common in ________ and Tasmania.
United KingdomAustraliaNew ZealandNauru

Question 6: These larvae need to be fed both nectar for ________ and pollen for protein in order to develop.
FructoseSucroseGlucoseCarbohydrate

Question 7:
What classis does Bumblebee belong to?
Insecta
Phylactolaemata
Mammalia
Insecta

Question 8: Bumblebees generally visit flowers exhibiting the bee ________.
EntomophilyPollination syndromeAnemophilyPollinator

Question 9: This ignores the effect of dynamic stall, an airflow separation inducing a large ________ above the wing, which briefly produces several times the lift of the aerofoil in regular flight.
Lift (force)VortexVorticityFluid dynamics

Question 10: For example, bumblebee colonies are often emplaced in ________ tomato production, because the frequency of buzzing that a bumblebee exhibits effectively releases tomato pollen.
GreenhouseEnglandCucumberLondon







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