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Chapter 13 Insects/Spiders/Crustaceans
appendages
exoskeleton
molting
antennae
structures such as legs and antennae that extend from the body
Hard outer covering of arthropods made of chitin
the process of shedding an outgrown exoskeleton
feelers on the head of an insect
appendages
structures such as legs and antennae that extend from the body
exoskeleton
Hard outer covering of arthropods made of chitin
Insects and People Chapter 13
Hemiptera
Hemiptera have modified sucking mouth…
sub orders of hemiptera are
True bug Forewings have thickened base…
True bugs
proboscis
heteroptera, auchenirrhyncha, and sternorrhyncha
hemelytra
Hemiptera
True bugs
Hemiptera have modified sucking mouth…
proboscis
20 terms
Chapter 13: Insects eating other Insects
O. Coleoptera (F. Scarbaeida and SF Dy…
Predator vs. Prey
Foraging Behavior
Research Patchiness
-5 horned rhino ... -Thailand... -Among largest insects but harmles…
-Parasite- lives at expense of another animal but rarely kill…
-Forage- to search for, find, and select prey\hosts, the sear…
-Insect must forage in habitat where appropriate prey\hosts e…
O. Coleoptera (F. Scarbaeida and SF Dy…
-5 horned rhino ... -Thailand... -Among largest insects but harmles…
Predator vs. Prey
-Parasite- lives at expense of another animal but rarely kill…
20 terms
Chapter 13 Insects/Spiders/Crustaceans
appendages
exoskeleton
molting
antennae
structures such as legs and antennae that extend from the body
Hard outer covering of arthropods made of chitin
the process of shedding an outgrown exoskeleton
feelers on the head of an insect
appendages
structures such as legs and antennae that extend from the body
exoskeleton
Hard outer covering of arthropods made of chitin
Chapter 13- Greenhouse Insects and Mites
Thrips- size, shape, color
Which insect causes the most damage?
What damage can be seen by Thrips?
Why are Thrips so dangerous?
small (1mm long), cigar shaped, yellow/brown color
Thrips
Scraped leaves, leave brownish patches, black fecal deposits
They are a vector for viruses... - Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus inf…
Thrips- size, shape, color
small (1mm long), cigar shaped, yellow/brown color
Which insect causes the most damage?
Thrips
5 terms
Insects Chapter 2
How do mountain pine beetles cause tre…
Which species poses the greatest risk…
Which insect is a human blood feeder?
Which insect is being affected by colo…
deposits a fungus
Asian giant wasp
bedbugs
European Honey Bees
How do mountain pine beetles cause tre…
deposits a fungus
Which species poses the greatest risk…
Asian giant wasp
chapter 13B insects
Compare and contrast millipedes and ce…
What is the basic body plan of insects…
Describe 4 different types of mouth pa…
Discuss thee types if metamorphosis. G…
Centipedes are carnivorous, feed mainly on insects, they have…
-Three pairs of legs, two pairs of wings... -Three tagmata - hea…
-Mandible - used for biting/cutting/chewing food... -Labial Lobe…
-Gradual Metamorphosis - grasshoppers, termites... -Incompletes…
Compare and contrast millipedes and ce…
Centipedes are carnivorous, feed mainly on insects, they have…
What is the basic body plan of insects…
-Three pairs of legs, two pairs of wings... -Three tagmata - hea…
11 terms
13. INSECTS
butterfly
bee
spider
ant
mariposa
abeja
araña
hormiga
butterfly
mariposa
bee
abeja
Insects Chapter 1
Entomology
Bombyx Mori
The cochineal scale
Kerria lacca
Study of insects
Silk moth
female produces acid
Lacbug, scale bug - found on wood, create lacquer
Entomology
Study of insects
Bombyx Mori
Silk moth
Insects Chapter 2
What are insects?
Three body regions
Insects bodies
Name of Comparisons
- Arthropods (joint-footed insects)... - Paired jointed legs... -…
- Head... - Thorax ... - Abdomen
- 3 pairs of jointed legs (on thorax)... - One pair segmented an…
- Comparison to human anatomy generally analogous ... - Comparis…
What are insects?
- Arthropods (joint-footed insects)... - Paired jointed legs... -…
Three body regions
- Head... - Thorax ... - Abdomen
11 terms
Insects Chapter 1
Entomology
how many insects are alive
exponential growth creates a what shap…
what type of competition is Competitio…
is defined as the study of insects. It is a subfield of Biolo…
there are nearly 10,000,000,000,000,000,000 (10 quintillion)…
j shape
intraspecific competition
Entomology
is defined as the study of insects. It is a subfield of Biolo…
how many insects are alive
there are nearly 10,000,000,000,000,000,000 (10 quintillion)…
Insects Chapter 3
Insect diversity
Arthropods have
Classification of life forms: Two scie…
Major groupings
- Insects are animals... - Insects are arthropods
- Exoskeleton of chitin... - No backbone: invertebrates... - Paire…
- Taxonomy ... - Identifying, describing species, proper applic…
Linnanea Hierarchy:... - Kingdom - animilia ... - Phylum - arthro…
Insect diversity
- Insects are animals... - Insects are arthropods
Arthropods have
- Exoskeleton of chitin... - No backbone: invertebrates... - Paire…
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Science Chapter 2 - insects
Lice is a __________.
When insects go into a long deep sleep…
Name a social insect.
The ovipositor is used for __________.
Parasite
Hibernation
Termites, bees, and ants
Laying eggs
Lice is a __________.
Parasite
When insects go into a long deep sleep…
Hibernation
Turf - Chapter 15 Insects
The larvae of beetle species that live…
The period between molts.
Two types of insect (turfgrass) mouthp…
The immature stage of the lawn moth.
Grubs
Instar
Chewing and Sucking
Sod webworms
The larvae of beetle species that live…
Grubs
The period between molts.
Instar
15 terms
Chapter 2- Insects
Vertebrate
Invertebrate
Exoskeleton
Molting
An animal with a backbone
An animal without a backbone
The hard outer covering of an insect
The shedding of outer skin, scales, feathers, horns, or hair
Vertebrate
An animal with a backbone
Invertebrate
An animal without a backbone
Insects and People chapter 12
Lice
Suborders of Lice
Nits
Types of lice
Order Phthiraptera, often referred to as "true lice", spend e…
sucking lice (anoplura) mouthparts designed to pierce skin/ c…
Head louse eggs, usually cemented onto hair shafts immediatel…
Head Louse, does not transmit any diseases/ Body Louse, do tr…
Lice
Order Phthiraptera, often referred to as "true lice", spend e…
Suborders of Lice
sucking lice (anoplura) mouthparts designed to pierce skin/ c…
Insects and people chapter 9
Orthoptera
2 sub orders of Orthoptera
Most have this type of legs
most have _____ mouth parts
Grasshoppers, crickets, and katydids. means straight wing.
Caelifera (grasshopper) and Ensifera (crickets and katydids).
saltatorial (jumping) legs
Chewing
Orthoptera
Grasshoppers, crickets, and katydids. means straight wing.
2 sub orders of Orthoptera
Caelifera (grasshopper) and Ensifera (crickets and katydids).
Insects and People chapter 11
Dictyoptera
Isoptera
termites are actually part of the order
Mantids are part of the order
Roaches, Termites, and Mantids
Former order of termites
blattodea with cockroaches
Mantodea
Dictyoptera
Roaches, Termites, and Mantids
Isoptera
Former order of termites
20 terms
Chapter 37 - Insects
entomology
labrum
labium
tympanum
the study of insects and other terrestrial arthropods.
in arthropods, a mouth-part that functions as an upper lip.
in some animals, one of a pair of lips around the mouth; in i…
a sound-sensing membrane on the abdomen of an insect.
entomology
the study of insects and other terrestrial arthropods.
labrum
in arthropods, a mouth-part that functions as an upper lip.
24 terms
Insects Chapter 1
Linnaean names
How many species of insects did Linnae…
Taxonomical heirarcy
Insects belong to which Kingdom?
Genus species
2,000 vs over 750,000
Kingdom... Phylum... Class... Order... Family... Species... Genus
Animalia
Linnaean names
Genus species
How many species of insects did Linnae…
2,000 vs over 750,000
Insects and People chapter 10
Plecoptera
Plecoptera means
Stone flies live in
Stone flies have ____ tails and gills…
Stone Flies
braided (pleco) wing (ptera).
Aquatic, pure, clean water.
two; the underside of the thorax
Plecoptera
Stone Flies
Plecoptera means
braided (pleco) wing (ptera).
Chapter 39: Insects
Insects have been around for _________…
Insects belong in the subphylum ______…
Three characteristic of Insects.
entomology
b.
d.
three sets of jointed legs, most are small, and one pair of u…
the study of insects
Insects have been around for _________…
b.
Insects belong in the subphylum ______…
d.
Unit 13- Insects
ant
bee
beetle
butterfly
mrówka
pszczoła
żuk
motyl
ant
mrówka
bee
pszczoła
Chapter 2 Arthropods /Insects
Arthropods
Exoskeleton
Chitin
Jointed Legs
Invertebrates with body segments and jointed legs
Strong outer covering of arthropod for protection
Tough protein material makes up exoskeleton
Allows arthropods to jump, walk and crawl
Arthropods
Invertebrates with body segments and jointed legs
Exoskeleton
Strong outer covering of arthropod for protection
Insects and WL chapter 1 (insects and relatives)
insects have
entemology adds what at the end of an…
parenthesis are put around the describ…
insects are in the phylum
Bilateral symmetry.... • Segmented body.... • Jointed appendages... •…
the describer of the species
a change has been made to the name
arthropoda
insects have
Bilateral symmetry.... • Segmented body.... • Jointed appendages... •…
entemology adds what at the end of an…
the describer of the species
40 terms
Insects (Chapter 2)
Earwig
Bombardier Beetle
Milkweed beetle
Lacewing
Earwig
Bombardier Beetle
20 terms
Insects L13 Smell
find prey to parasitise, communicate w…
tritrophic interactions
phoridae
bombyx mori
point in being able to smell
plant releases volatiles when eaten/eggs laid on it etc. called
what family has large diversity of chemoreceptors eg. very la…
what has filter antennae? and can detect 1 molecule of female…
find prey to parasitise, communicate w…
point in being able to smell
tritrophic interactions
plant releases volatiles when eaten/eggs laid on it etc. called
Chapter 10: Aquatic Insects
Plecoptera, Ephemeroptera, Tricoptera,…
Riparian zone
Riverine
Plants
Orders of insects found in freshwater
Habitat immediately adjacent to land
Riverbank, riparian habitat
Determine the type of habitat
Plecoptera, Ephemeroptera, Tricoptera,…
Orders of insects found in freshwater
Riparian zone
Habitat immediately adjacent to land
23 terms
Cheyenne Level 2 Chapter 3 Insects
ant
bee/ wasp
beehive
beetle
'hátšeške
háhnoma
háhnomemâhéoname
hámêškona
ant
'hátšeške
bee/ wasp
háhnoma
20 terms
Chapter 37 Insects
Dichotomous key
Incomplete metamorphasis
Complete Metamorphasis
Ovipositor
Used to identify an organism
Insect undergoes one stage of development
Insect undergoes two stages of development
Organ female uses to dig a hole in the soil where she lays fe…
Dichotomous key
Used to identify an organism
Incomplete metamorphasis
Insect undergoes one stage of development
Chapter 39- Insects
Entomology
Prothorax
Mesothorax
Metathorax
The study of insects
Attaches to head and has first pair walking legs
Middle, has fore wings and 2nd pair of walking legs
Attaches to abdomen, has hindwings and large jumping legs
Entomology
The study of insects
Prothorax
Attaches to head and has first pair walking legs
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Chapter 39 Insects
Entomology
Prothorax
Mesothorax
Metathorax
Study of insects
Attaches to head and has first pair of walking legs
Middle, has forewings and pair of walking legs
Attaches to abdomen, has hindwings and large jumping legs
Entomology
Study of insects
Prothorax
Attaches to head and has first pair of walking legs
Week 12: Insects (13)
Phylum Arthropoda... Subphylum Hexapoda... C…
Honeybee Worker
Honeybee Queen
Honeybee Drone
Phylum Arthropoda... Subphylum Hexapoda... C…
Honeybee Worker
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Chapter 37 insects vocabulary
Study of insects and other terrestrial…
Attaches to the head and bears the fir…
Bears the forewings and second pair of…
Scientists who engage in entomology
Entomology
Prothorax
Mesothorax
Entomologists
Study of insects and other terrestrial…
Entomology
Attaches to the head and bears the fir…
Prothorax
22 terms
Chapter 39: Insects
Entomology
Prothorax
Mesothorax
Metathorax
The study of insects
Attaches to head and has the first pair of walking legs
Middle, has forewings and second pair of walking legs
Attaches to abdomen, has hind-wings and large jumping legs
Entomology
The study of insects
Prothorax
Attaches to head and has the first pair of walking legs
Chapter 37: Insects
Entomology
Entomologists
Prothorax
Mesothorax
The study of insects and other terrestrial arthropods
People that classify insects into more than 25 orders based o…
Attaches to the head and bears the first pair of walking legs
Bears the forewings and the second pair of walking legs
Entomology
The study of insects and other terrestrial arthropods
Entomologists
People that classify insects into more than 25 orders based o…
Chapter 10 - Insects
Coleoptera
Hemiptera
Homoptera
Diptera
Sheath-winged insects
half-winged insects
Same-winged insects
Two-winged insects
Coleoptera
Sheath-winged insects
Hemiptera
half-winged insects
Chapter 39: Insects
Entomology
Prothorax
Mesothorax
Metathorax
The study of insects.
Attached to head and has first pair of walking legs.
Middle, has fore wings and 2nd pair of walking legs. Chest re…
Attaches to abdomen, has hindwings and large jumping legs.
Entomology
The study of insects.
Prothorax
Attached to head and has first pair of walking legs.
Chapter 39: insects
Entomology
Prothorax
Mesothorax
Metathorax
The study of insects
Attaches to head and has first pair of walking legs
Middle, has fore wings, second pair of walking legs
Attaches to abdomen, has hind wings, large jumping legs
Entomology
The study of insects
Prothorax
Attaches to head and has first pair of walking legs
Chapter 37// Insects
Adult
Chrysalis
cocoon
Complete Metamorphosis
The fully mature form of an organism
the outer covering of a butterfly pupa
the outer covering of a moth pupa
An insect undergoes four stages of development the egg, larva…
Adult
The fully mature form of an organism
Chrysalis
the outer covering of a butterfly pupa
Chapter 39 insects
Entomolgy
Prothorax
Mesothorax
Metathorax
Study of insects.
Attaches to head and has first pair walking legs
Middle, has fore wings and 2nd pair of walking legs
Attaches to abdomen, had hindwings and large jumping legs
Entomolgy
Study of insects.
Prothorax
Attaches to head and has first pair walking legs
31 terms
Chapter 37: Insects
Entomologists
3 body sections of an insect
Where do insects live
Incomplete metemorphosis
Scientists who study insects
1. The head: mouthpart, antenna, compound eyes... 2. The thorax:…
Every terrestrial, not in salt water
An adult will produce an eggs. From an eggs the larva will be…
Entomologists
Scientists who study insects
3 body sections of an insect
1. The head: mouthpart, antenna, compound eyes... 2. The thorax:…
Chapter 37 - Insects
Entomology
Entomologists
An insect body is divided into three t…
Where do insects live?
The study of insects and other terrestrial arthropods.
The scientists who engage in the study of entomology.
1. Head - mandibles and one pair of unbranched antennae.... 2. T…
Insects live in almost every terrestrial and freshwater envir…
Entomology
The study of insects and other terrestrial arthropods.
Entomologists
The scientists who engage in the study of entomology.
Chapter 37: Insects
entomology
metamorphosis
incomplete metamorphosis
complete metamorphosis
the study of insects and other terrestrial arthropods
developmental change
where a nymph hatches from an egg and gradually develops into…
where an insect undergoes two stages of development between t…
entomology
the study of insects and other terrestrial arthropods
metamorphosis
developmental change
9 terms
Chapter 11.4: Insects
exocuticle
homing
larvae
metamorphosis
outer layer of the insect's exoskeleton
ability of an animal to find its way repeatedly to a specific…
a premature form of an organism that undergoes metamorphosis
change in form; transformation
exocuticle
outer layer of the insect's exoskeleton
homing
ability of an animal to find its way repeatedly to a specific…
17 terms
Chapter 39: Insects
Entomology
Labrum
Labium
Mandibles
The study of insects
Used to hold food, upper lip.
Used to hold food while it is being chewed, lower lip.
Sharp-edged teeth used to chew food.
Entomology
The study of insects
Labrum
Used to hold food, upper lip.
Chapter 2 Arthropods Insects
Arthropods
Exoskeleton
Chitin
Jointed Legs
Invertebrates with body segments and jointed legs
Strong outer covering of arthropod for protection
Tough protein material makes up exoskeleton
Allows arthropods to jump, walk and crawl
Arthropods
Invertebrates with body segments and jointed legs
Exoskeleton
Strong outer covering of arthropod for protection
23 terms
Chapter 10: Insects - Quiz 2
What groups are included in arachnida?
What two substances are a crustacean's…
What is the hard shell covering the fi…
What is the larval form of the lepidop…
class that includes spiders, scorpions, and mites.
chitin and calcium carbonate
carapace
caterpillar
What groups are included in arachnida?
class that includes spiders, scorpions, and mites.
What two substances are a crustacean's…
chitin and calcium carbonate
23 terms
Chapter 21 Zoology Insects
Sub phylum Hexopoda
Insects have 3 body parts what are they?
Sclerites
T/F Insects can have 9-11 segments in…
3 pairs of legs
Head, Thorax and abdomen
Component of exoskeleton, forming the skeleton of an arthropod
True
Sub phylum Hexopoda
3 pairs of legs
Insects have 3 body parts what are they?
Head, Thorax and abdomen
Chapter 39: Insects
Tympanum
Nymph
Müllerian mimicry
Batesian mimicry
Vibrating membrane in some sound-producing insects.
An immature form in some insects.
Both species are harmful.
One of two species is harmful.
Tympanum
Vibrating membrane in some sound-producing insects.
Nymph
An immature form in some insects.
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