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ENTOM 102 Week 12 Notes

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ENTOM 102 Week 12 Notes 8404

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Definitions of behavior; new disease system: kissing bugs & Chagas disease.
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entomology, Biology, disease, insects
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Date Created: 04/02/15
ENTOM 102 WEEK 12 NOTES Behavior amp Infection Risk 0 O instinctive vs learned responses to environment conscious vs unconscious voluntary vs involuntary molecular communication I communication vision sound chemicals I reception amp response to communication behavior Internal lt gt External I response to Physiological vs Behavioral 0 Kissing Bugs 00000 O I part of quottrue bugsquot group I piercingsucking mouthparts I plant feeders or predators I some use blood as primary resource kissing bugs bite on handsface transmit pathogen found in New World Chagas disease found in Peruvian mummies first symptom Roma a39s Sign intense swelling around bite on face chronic disease parasite enters heart muscle amp slowly destroys it symptoms take decades to appear 0 Locations in coops stables corrals parasite uses domesticated animals as primary host 0 kissing bugs live in wall cracks roof materials feed on humans amp indoor animals I animal gt kissing bug gt animal 0 parasite lives in kissing bug hindgut gt insect poops while feeding gt poops out parasite leaves behind waste gt people touch bitewaste then touch their eye 0 kissing bugs amp the parasite live in US no transmission gt US kissing bugs don39t poop when feeding 0 behavioral features needed by insect to find food 0 000000 smell heat taste sight light sound amp Vibration nerves amp sensory organs proprioceptors tongue eyes ears paired receptors


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