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which of the following topics involving bees would an environmental scientist consider to be the most important ?

1. the effects of insecticides on bees and subsequently the pollination of agricultural crops

2. the amount of honey production needed for export to another country

3. the beeswax production necessary to be successful in a small business

4.the dangers of bee strings on human beings and the effects of an antitoxin medication

5. the taste difference between honey and cane sugar and their uses in consumer products

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    Environmental scientist would be considered with the effects of insecticides and that impact on pollination. However, I bet if that particular scientist were allergic to bee stings, he would be more concerned with the dangers of bee stings, and how close his bee sting antitoxin was to him.

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    the effects of insecticedes on bees and subsequently the pollination of agricultural crops

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