REVIEW#1 - Put the seven levels of classification in order Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus species What are the 5 characteristics of

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Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus species What are the 5 characteristics of arthropods (as given in class)? Bilateral Symmetry Exoskeleton with chitin Externally segmented bodies Modified feeding appendages Ventral nerve cord and dorsal brain What is chitin made of? (Hint: we take it in pill form to ease joint pain) Acetylglucosamine What are the types of mouthparts that insects exhibit? Chewing Piercing and sucking Siphoning Rasping Sponging The back area of a body is called: Dorsal The front area of a body is called: Ventral The middle part of the body is called: Medial The side parts of the body are called: Lateral What are the 5 classes of arthropods we talked about in class? Insecta Chilopoda Arachnida Diptera diplopoda What is an example of a crustacean? What is an example of a chilopod? What is an example of a diplopod? What is an example of an arachnid? Spider, scorpion, mites, ticks
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course BIO 1407 taught by Professor Grise during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi.

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REVIEW#1 - Put the seven levels of classification in order Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus species What are the 5 characteristics of

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