ENTOM Week 1 Lecture Notes
ENTOM Week 1 Lecture Notes 8404
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Date Created: 02/13/15
ENTOM 102 WEEK 1 0 Illness lt Health 0 Consequences of illness I self money community time I a foreign organism taking over part of the body 0 takes things you need disrupts cells destroys tissue I 90 of cells in the body are not human Does cause or does cause 0 Problems need to be addressed from multiple points 0 Arthropod Anatomy amp Physiology 0 insects spiders mites ticks scorpions myriapods crustaceans O 610 million insect species compared to 5000 mammal species 0 Types Predatory plant feeding solitary social 0 Divided into 3 sections gt Head Thorax Abdomen O mews have to molt in order to grow 0 Runs along bellyfront of body I breathing amp moving decentralized 0 ex cut off a cockroach39s head and it can still run around 0 Eyes broken into facets O split into 3 foregut midgut hindgut O spiracles I holestubes in exoskeleton take in and distribute air 0 Open uid in body cavity bathes organs in nutrients 0 runs along the back 0 Antennae O can taste through feet I Growth amp Development 0 Incomplete metamorphosis juvenile amp adult look similar 0 Complete metamorphosis juvenile amp adult look different I larva gt beetle caterpillar gt butter y I complete reorganization of tissue
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