Test Exam 3 - Ammonia In what part of a caterpillars...

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Test Exam 3 The Malpighian tubules are part of the? Excretory system Which of the following statement is Not True? Hemolymphy is pumped through the ventral blood vessel in the forward motion The part of the insect’s brain that controls the compound eyes? Protocerebrum Reproduction by an immature form is called? Paedogenesis Which compartment (s) of the insect’s digestive system under goes molting? Foregut and Hindgut In what order is parthenogenius commonly found? Hymenoptera Which compartment of insect’s digestive system has a peritrophic membrane? Midgut Which of the following statement true? Oxygen moves through the body of most insects in a system of tubes called tracheae The most common form of waste among aquatic insects is?
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Unformatted text preview: Ammonia In what part of a caterpillars digestive system are the major digestive enzymes secreted? Midgut The major function of the crop is to? Serve as temporary food storage organ Which is Not a type of sperm transfer (copulation) exhibited by insects? Oothea Insects always have a? Ventral nerve cord and a dorsal blood vessel Which of the following is Not an advantage of asexual reproduction? It generates variation, which is essential for surviving in a changeable world Type of asexual reproduction where more than one embryo results from a single egg is called? Polyembryony Which of the following compounds transmits a nerve impulse from one neuron? Acetylcoline...
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