The diagrams show how the bee makes honey and the stages in the production of honey. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting main features and making comparisons where relevant.
The life-cycle of a honey bee and the commercial production of honey are represented in the charts.
Eggs are laid in the honeycomb by queen bee in the first stage of life-cycle, and approximately 72 hours later, larvae emerge. The larvae attain its maturity in seven days after its emergence .It takes another three weeks for the bees,which are transformed from the larval stage to be fully equipped to leave the hive for gathering nectar from flowers.The collected nectar is deposited in the hive, which becomes honey later and the bees leave again in search of nectar.
Turning to the honey production process, in the first step, the honeycomb is detached from the hive.The beekeepers send this to the honeycomb machine for the honey extraction.In the next step, the honey is boiled to make it clean. This is filled in individual jars and then distributed and marketed.
Overall, it is clear that both the processes include multiple steps, which are systematic.
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