INSECTS IN HUMAN SOCIETY
INSECTS IN HUMAN SOCIETY ENTO 322
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ENTO 322 EXAM 2 REVIEW SHEET As stated in the syllabus you are responsible for EVERYTHING covered in class This review sheet is simply a general guide You must know and be in your assigned seat on the day of the exam The required scantron will be provided therefore no materials EXCEPT for a 2 pencil and your student ID will be allowed at your seat You must present your official student ID when turning in your examination You may place your backpacks and other materials at the front of the classroom Absolutely no cell phones PDA s or any other electronic devices are allowed at your seat and if any are discovered it is an automatic failure on this examination The exam will be machine graded and therefore you MUST use a 2 pencil to fill in the bubbles There will be 75 questions on the exam and you have 50 minutes to complete the exam You must be on time to start your exam lnsect Metamorphosis 8 Growth Begin at V Molting Process know the process by which molting occurs hormones and areas of the nervous system Be able to differentiate all the types of metamorphosis amp their differences Vocabulary to Know Prothoracic Gland Corpora Allata Allatotropin Ecdysone Juvenile Hormone Apolysis Ecdysis Exuvia Ametabolous Hemimetabolous Paurometabolous lnsects in Music What songs did Dr Gold play in class What are some well known bands with insect names Insects in Literature 8 Poetry Who are the writers What did they each write What insect was featured lnsect Reproduction Behavior Why are insects so successful Asexual vs Sexual reproduction advantagesdisadvantages definitions Direct vs Indirect Sperm transfer advantagesdisadvantages definitions Sex determination in Lepidoptera Hymenoptera amp Diptera vs most other insects How insects find a mate Vocabulary to Know Par I U 39 l39 I 39 quotI 39 39 39 arrhenotokythelytoky lnsect Communications Why insects communicate Methods How of communication function of the communication hormones Vocabulary to Know Pheromones Allelochemicals Allomones Kairomones Synamones lnsects as Models for Survival What factors limit population growth Adaptations for survival Metamorphosis Ways insects avoid predation Vocabulary to Know Cryptobiosis etc lnsect Movement and Dispersal Locomotion types Why so many types movement patterns flight muscles direct vs indirect Vocabulary to Know Haltere Migration flight Gliding Taxis Menotaxis Astrotaxis Phototaxis lnsects that are Beneficial to Humans Why insects are useful Which insects and what products are in our lives from insects Bees scientific name castes communication roles of each caste products they make and uses for the products Vocabulary to Know Sericulture Polyethism corbicula I L I L Lu Crypsis Camouflage Mimicry Diapause INSECT ORDERS and SUBORDERS on EXAM 1 ENTO 322 EXAM 1 REVIEW SHEET You are responsible for EVERYTHING covered in the lectures to this point in the semester This review sheet is a general guide for the first examination You must sit in your assigned seat on the day of the exam A scantron will be provided therefore no materials EXCEPT for a 2 pencil and your student ID will be allowed at your seat You must present your official student ID when handing in your examination Please place your backpacks and other materials at the front of the classroom Absolutely no electronic devices are allowed at your seat and if any are discovered it is an automatic failure on this examination The exam will be machine graded and therefore you MUST use a 2 pencil to fill in the bubbles There will be approximately 75 questions on the exam and you have 50 minutes to complete and hand in your work Plan on being on time to start your exam Read over the syllabus be familiar with attendance policies available extra credit assignments policies on cheating excused absences and the requirements for the insect collection There wiH be questions on the exam from the syllabus Lecture 1 Introduction to Entomology Introduction to Entomology vocabulary insect roles in the environment Why are insects so successful Lecture 2 Classification of Insects 8 other Arthropods Taxonomy What separates Kingdoms Characteristics of Arthropods Be familiar with ALL the classes Lecture 3 Putting Order into the insect world Orders of the Day know all we have covered to this point Metamorphosis Lecture 4 Insect museums 8 collections Insect museums amp collections vocabulary label requirements Lecture 5 Entomologist s Paraphernalia Basic tools What is each type of tool used for Why so much stuff How to prepare specimens Lecture 6 Insect Structure 8 Function Morphology Morphology Body Regions Head Thorax Abdomen know structure and function of parts What are advantagesdisadvantages to having an exoskeleton Lecture7 Insect Structure 8 Function Physiology Nervous system structure amp function Digestive System structure amp function Respiratory system structure and function Reproductive System structure amp function Lots of vocabulary in this section Know the order things occur how does food pass thru the body how does oxygen reach insect cells Lectures Insect Metamorphosis 8 Growth What stimulates egg hatch What is a chorion What is molting INSECT ORDERS and SUBORDERS on EXAM 1 Be prepared for multiple choice andor matching questions 39 39 Odonata Blattodea I Dermaptera I I Thysanura quot39 39 39 39 t 39 I Embiidina I Ephemeroptera I Orthoptera I lsoptera I Plecoptera I