ENTOM 102 Week 14 Notes
ENTOM 102 Week 14 Notes 8404
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Date Created: 04/16/15
ENTOM 102 Weel 14 Notes Sensory Structures 0 information transmission 0 the world is a construct in your brain 0 insects can perceive things humans can39t experience the world in a very different way 0 Do your senses recreate reality 0 Do you see the world as it really is or how your perception evolved for survival 0 Lots of information we are unaware of 0 Brain processes information in a way to navigate the world efficiently not always entirely accurate 0 Contrast in shadows allows prediction of movement important for predators 0 Sound can alter perceived vision and vice versa 0 the brain always needs a point of reference and multiple piecessources of information 0 an insect surrounded by air is the same as a person in the middle of the ocean both need multiple sources of information to navigate 0 Why do mosquitoes feed at night 0 wind speeds lower easier to navigate require less energy more direct scent 0 less turbulence O camou age hiding from predators 0 Why is heartworm prevalent in southern US O socioeconomics heartworm treatment is expensive 0 more dogs stay outside hunting dogs 0 mosquito picks up worm filaria from bloodstream O worm evolved to match when mosquito feeds to ensure spreading
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