intro to insects - Insect Structure and Function Why Study...

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Insect Structure and Function
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Why Study Insects?
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Arthropod Characteristics Jointed Body Segments Jointed Body Segments
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Bilateral Symmetry Hard Exoskeleton Arthropod Characteristics
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Classification
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The Apterygota Protura Collembola Springtails Thysanura Silverfish Diplura Two Pronged Bristle-tails The Exopterygota Ephemeroptera Mayflies Odonata Damselflies and Dragonflies Plecoptera Stoneflies Grylloblatodea Orthoptera Crickets and Grasshoppers Phasmida Stick-Insects Dermaptera Earwigs Embioptera Web Spinners Dictyoptera Cockroaches and Mantids Isoptera Termites Zoraptera Psocoptera Bark and Book Lice Mallophaga Biting Lice Siphunculata Sucking Lice Hemiptera True Bugs Thysanoptera The Endopterygota Neuroptera Lacewings Coleoptera Beetles Strepsiptera Stylops Mecoptera Scorpionflies Siphonaptera Fleas Diptera True Flies Lepidoptera Butterflies and Moths Trichoptera Caddis Flies Hymenoptera Ants Bees and Wasps The Orders of Insects http://www.earthlife.net/insects/orders.html
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