5_-_Success_of_Insects

5_Success_of_Insec - ISB 201 1 ISB 201 The Success of Insects 2 Name that Critter Firefly Lightening Bug Flicker Bug Glow Worm 3 Problems with

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ISB 201 1
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ISB 201 The Success of Insects 2
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Name that Critter!!! Firefly Lightening Bug Flicker Bug Glow Worm 3
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Problems with Common Names? Multiple names Apopka Weevil Canefly Vaquita West Indian sugarcane delphacid West Indian sugarcane rootstalk weevil borer 4
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Problems with Common Names? Multiple Critters 5
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Taxonomy Classification – Name and Describe Evolutionary Relationships 6
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Who is the Father of Taxonomy? a. Darwin b. Aristotle c. Linnaeus d. Hardin e. Mendel 7
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Carolus Linnaeus 1701-1778, Sweden Founder of modern Taxonomy Introduced Binomial Nomenclature Based in Latin 8
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Taxonomy Example Category Kingdom Animal Phylum Arthropoda Class Hexapoda Order Hymenoptera Family Apidae Genus Apis Species mellifera 9
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Lumpers and Splitters Papilio canadensis Papilio glaucus 10
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Papilio canadensis Papilio glaucus 11
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Species Concepts Biological Species Concept - Organisms are classified in the same species if they are potentially capable of interbreeding and producing fertile offspring. 12
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Mule Gives Birth!!! July 2007 - Colorado Old Roman saying Cum mula peperit 'when a mule foals' 'once in a blue moon‘ 60 reported cases in 500 years 13
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Pylum Arthropoda Exoskeleton - a hard protective covering around the outside of the body Segmented body - that allows movement Jointed limbs and jointed mouthparts - that allow extensive specialization Bilateral symmetry - whereby a central line can divide the body into two identical halves, left and right Ventral nerve chord - as opposed to a vertebrate nerve chord which is dorsal Dorsal blood vessel 15
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Arthropoda 5 Distinct Classes Arachnids Chilopods Diplopods Crustaceans Hexapods 16
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course ISB 201 taught by Professor Besaw during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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5_Success_of_Insec - ISB 201 1 ISB 201 The Success of Insects 2 Name that Critter Firefly Lightening Bug Flicker Bug Glow Worm 3 Problems with

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