Contrary to popular belief, the uterus is not a ruler or mistress of the family. In fact, it is perhaps little more than a device for laying eggs, and is completely dependent on their daughters, who treat it with great care and attention. It is surrounded by his bees, they feed her, comb her hair and wash in the whole of that time when she lays eggs. But when the uterus is due to age or any other cause is beginning to wane in the laying of eggs, the bees choose one or more eggs and proceed to the conclusion of a new cancer. If these eggs are in the bee cells and larvae will be receiving regular food, some of these eggs would display the worker bees or immature females. In the larva of the working bees, situated in a special cell and receives a special feed, developed sex organs, and it becomes the perfect present or a female, so called the womb. As already mentioned, the uterus is structurally the same worker bee, but differs from it because its part of the mouthparts, the apparatus for collecting pollen, as well as a sting, are underdeveloped, while semyapriemnik and ovaries are strongly developed. She can lay up to 2000 eggs a day, but the average amount during the scarlet will be less than half of this norm.

In high season the average number comes sometimes to 1,500 eggs a day. At the end of the period of greatest activity masonry eggs greatly reduced and sometimes completely ceases. In regulating the number of births bees are above all creatures. In the autumn, if the fall is a bribe, egg-laying may be resumed, and a large number of young Bees can be derived to supplement the family going into winter. The uterus remains in the mother's family up to 3 years. She may live to 5-6 years, but it happens very rarely. Usually, the uterus is older than 2 years of little value, and Most of our best beekeepers believe that the uterus is more than one year must be replaced by younger.

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