ENTM 206 Exam IV

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ENTM 206 Exam IV
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Units XIII XIV XV XVI
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  1. Batesian mimicry
    • mimic = palatable, less common
    • model = not palitable
    • both in same area w/ same predators
    • predator does the selecting
  2. Mullerian Mimicry
    • Severally species resemble each other, all not palitable
    • predators lean from experience and avoid all
    • outside influence chooses
  3. Wasmannian Mimicry
    • mimics in nest
    • host is responsible for selection
    • usually bast on chemotatic factors not visual
  4. Aggressive Mimicry
    • mimics something else
    • like insect on orchid
    • or eye of owl
  5. ametabola
    Name of little ones:
    wing pad
    wing development
    shape
    eye
    habitat/food/mouthparts
    • Young
    • absent
    • apteryogota (no wing development)
    • like adult
    • simple eyes (same)
    • similar
  6. Paurometabolous
    Name of little ones:
    wing pad
    wing development
    shape
    eye
    habitat/food/mouthparts
    • Nymphs
    • External wing pads
    • Exoteryogota (develop externally)
    • like adult
    • compound in both
    • similar to adults
  7. Hemimetabolous
    Name of little ones:
    wing pad
    wing development
    shape
    eye
    habitat/food/mouthparts
    • Naiad
    • external
    • exopterygota
    • Different shape
    • compound eyes in both
    • unlike adult
  8. Holometabolous
    Name of little ones:
    wing pad
    wing development
    shape
    eye
    habitat/food/mouthparts
    • larvae (various)
    • internal wing pads
    • endopterygota
    • shape is different
    • eye is different
    • often unlike adults
  9. Stadium
    • time period between molts
    • from a ∆ in environment
    • calculated off GDD
  10. Imago
    Adult
  11. Brain Hormone
    • released through the neurosurgery cells
    • regulate activity of prothoracic gland
  12. Prothoracic gland hormone (ecdysone)
    regulates growth and functions in differentiation
  13. Corpus allatum Hormone (Juvenile Hormone)
    • suppresses activity of Ecdysone
  14. Collembola
    • Springtails
    • glue-bar
    • ametabola
    • Has a fercula, colophore and tenaculum
    • Found in moist places
    • feed on fungi, mold, spores, decaying OM
    • occasionally a pest of greenhouses and mushroom cellars
  15. Thysanura
    • Firebrats, brisletails, silverfish
    • bristle-tail
    • ametabola
    • 3 long cerci and covered with scales
    • Found in warm, damp places
    • feeding primarily on starchy foods
    • adults molt after sexual maturity
    • live up to 7 years
  16. Ephemeroptera
    • mayflies
    • for a day-wings
    • Hemimetabola
    • soft body, long cerci, hold legs forward
    • nymphs require 1-2 years to develop
    • emergence of subimago and imago in great numbers
    • adults don't feed
  17. Odonata
    • dragonflys or damselflies
    • tooth (on maxillae)
    • Hemimetabola
    • damselfly immature have external gills dragonflys have internal
    • nymphs and adults are both predacious
    • territorial
    • lay eggs in water
    • immature stage may last from 1-several years
  18. Orhoptera
    • Grasshoppers, katydids, walking sticks
    • straight-wings
    • Paurometabolus
    • short horned grasshoppers, crickets, cockroaches, mantids, stick/leaf insects
    • Most phytophagous few omni/predaceous
    • Most overwinter as eggs

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