Leonardo Bigollo (Leonardo Pisano or de Pisa) was a mathematician who
lived in Italy between the 12th and 13th century (1170-1240) and who turned
to turn his back on the Roman numerals system that prevailed at that time.
He has been known throughout history by his nickname: Fibonacci, a derivative
of adding the words fillius + bonnacci which, in Latin and Italian mean something
along the lines of “son of the well intended”. Apparently, Fibonacci’s father
(Guglielmo) was a good person, as well as being a trader, travelling through
North Africa. It was there that his son Leonardo discovered the magic of
*If they are fertilized, worker bees are born (females).
With 50% of the genetics provided by the mother (the queen)
and the other 50 by the father (the drone).
*The drones or male bees are produced from unfertilized eggs.
Therefore, female worker bees have two parents and drones have one.
100% of their genetic information is provided by the mother.