ENTM Exam 4

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ENTM Exam 4
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  1. Orthoptera:
    Orthos?
    Ptera?
    straight wings
  2. Protective Coloration
    blends into environment, covered w materials from the environment, resembles objects not eaten
  3. 4 Charac of Ametabola
    • Immatures resemble adults
    • Wings absent, never had wings as adult
    • Mouthparts of immature same as adult
    • Habitat of immature same as adult
  4. Hemimetabola 3
    • Habitat of immature and adults different
    • Mouthparts of immatures and adults differents
    • Niche of immatures and adults different
  5. Corpora Allata 3
    • Endocrine gland
    • Closely associated w esophagus
    • Secretes juvenile hormone
  6. Neoptera
    "Modern winged insects" that have ability to fold wings, includes all insect orders except Ephemeroptera and Odonata
  7. Warning Coloration
    advertises is presence using bright colors, eye spots
  8. Paurometabola 4
    • Immatures called NYMPH
    • Lack pupal stage
    • Wing pads present in immatures (when adults have wings)
    • Same mouth type, habitat, food pref
  9. Holometabola 4
    • Pupal Stage
    • Immatures called Larvae
    • Habitat and niche usually different
    • Mouthtypes usually different
  10. Orders with Ametabolous Dev 2
    • Collembola (springtails)
    • Thysanura (silverfish, firebrats)
  11. Exopterygota
    Wings develop externally as wing pads in the immature stage
  12. Ametabola
    without change
  13. Hemimetabola
    half change
  14. Ecdysone 3
    • stimulates immature to initiate apolysis
    • large volumes can overide juv hormone
    • permits insect to form the adult
  15. Furcula 2
    • on 4th ab seg of Collembola
    • the springing organ
  16. Top 4 orders with most species
    • Coleoptera
    • Lepidoptera
    • Hymenoptera
    • Diptera
  17. Stadium
    time period between molts
  18. Brain Hormone 3
    • from neurosecretory cells in the brain
    • light/temp stimulated
    • stimulates prothoracic gland to produce ecdysone
  19. Binomial Classification
    based on rules of zoological nomenclature
  20. Batesian Mimicry
    • model distasteful
    • mimic palatable
    • mimic less common
  21. Instar
    Immature form between molts
  22. Larva 2
    • immature of holometabolous
    • wings develop internally
  23. Paurometabola
    little change
  24. Endopterygota
    • wings dev internally
    • no wing pads
  25. Wasmannian Mimicry
    • model and mimic in same nest
    • model does selecting
  26. Heterometabola divided into
    • Paurometabola
    • Hemimetabola
  27. Holometabola
    complete change
  28. Juvenile Hormone
    inhibits dev to adult stage
  29. Pterygota
    • insects with wings or whose ancestors had wings but wings now missing
    • Headlice
  30. Mullerian Mimicry
    mimic and model both distasteful
  31. Young
    imatures of ametabolous
  32. Naiad 2
    • Aquatic immatures of hemimetabolous
    • Always have winged pads
  33. Imago
    adult form
  34. Food and Habitat of Collembola 3
    • fungi, mold, spores, decay
    • moist places & organic soil
  35. Metamorphosis
    change in form or shape
  36. Nymph 3
    • Immature of paurometabolous
    • Compound eyes present
    • Reproductive organs not complete
  37. Prothoracic Gland
    Stimulated by brain hormone to produce ecdysone
  38. Taxonomy
    genus, species and author's name
  39. Thysanura:
    Thysanos?
    Oura?
    • bristle
    • tail
  40. Collembola:
    Colla?
    Embolon?
    • glue
    • bar
  41. Odonata:
    Odontos?
    tooth
  42. Ephemeroptera:
    Ephemeros?
    Ptera?
    • for a day
    • wings

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