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With reference to the use of a plural noun with a singular verb, "...data also indicates..." in the third paragraph of Results.
With reference to changes between the past tense and the present tense during the description of results, "...queens differ in the viability of their brood." in the third paragraph of Results. This change to the present tense was of particular significance just after a grammatical error in the same sentence, in a study in which the authors chose to control for "environmental recognition cues", which meant that they exercised control over the outcome variable of kin recognition. An experimental control was required whereby the workers whose "environmental recognition cues" had been controlled were shown to be able to recognise their own mother.