The given diagram illustrates the cyclical process of a kind of bee which produces honey from its condition in an egg to the matured form.
it is clear that
the natural growth of a honey bee is shaped by six stages.
process takes approximately 34 to 36 cycles to be completed.
Regarding to first half of the steps, in the beginning and after eggs are laid, 9 to 10
are needed for them to be hatched.
, a period of 5
is taken for the larva to get out of its eggshell and gain the ability to fly for the next 7
Focusing on the rest of the stages,
the nymph is small in these 7
, it grows gradually in 9
, up to 3 times bigger than its
period, the nymph moult loses some feathers, hair and some part of its skin to open more room for
size increases to be fully adult.
, by the emergence of young bees, after 4
of maturity, the female bees gain the pregnancy ability and lay 2 eggs at maximum every three
cycle is restarted.