Cuticle

Svend O. Andersen

Copenhagen University

The cuticle is an extracellular layer that covers the complete external surface of insects, as well as the surfaces of their foreguts and hindguts, and acts both as a skeleton for muscle attachment and as a protective barrier between the animal and its environment. The cuticle is an integral part of a complex dynamic tissue, the integument, which also includes the cuticle-producing epidermal cells, and various glands and sense organs.

Bee Keeping

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Make money with honey How to be a Beekeeper. Beekeeping can be a fascinating hobby or you can turn it into a lucrative business. The choice is yours. You need to know some basics to help you get started. The equipment needed to be a beekeeper. Where can you find the equipment you need? The best location for the hives. You can't just put bees in any spot. What needs to be considered when picking the location for your bees?

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