Many of us cannot spend a day without at at the lowest limit A cup of coffee, or at least, we would rather not consider trying. No matter how you choose to consume caffeine, it is an excellent source and focus of energy for a large number of hackers and humans. Obviously, the same is true for pollinating bees.
You may have heard that there are not enough bees around to pollinate all the crops that need to be pollinated. That is old news. One solution is to raise them commercially and then use trucks to transport them to the farmland where they are needed. The new problem is that bees roam around, pollinating wild flowers, not the fields they should pollinate.But there is hope for these distracted bees: Scientists at the University of Greenwich have found Bees affected by caffeine are more likely to stay on track When they smell the flowers, they should be pollinating.
Proof of penetration
For the purpose of the experiment, the scientists divided a group of bees into three groups: one group drank caffeinated sugar water and a strawberry flower fragrance, the second group drank pure sugar water with fragrance, and the third group drank pure sugar water without fragrance.
Then came the critical moment-they released the bees into the indoor robot flowers. Some flowers give off a strawberry smell. Others emit different scents to distract the bees, and all the flowers contain pure sugar water as a reward for discovery.
The results show that there is a strong correlation between caffeine and smell: 70.4% of the caffeinated bees go directly to the strawberry flowers, while only 60% of the pure sugar water bees go to the strawberry first.
After a while, all three groups of bees ended up looking for distracting flowers. But the part of the experiment seems a bit biased, because these distracting flowers are much closer to the target flowers than they are in the real world. Therefore, unless farmers set up caffeinated sugar tanks for their bees before work so that they can gather, we will not know how effective or long-lasting this vibration might be.
Research has shown that Caffeine can indeed enhance human memory, At least those who experienced early morning exams in college. Many of us like a lot of caffeine to focus our attention when we were in college, Including yours and our own [Jenny List].
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