U3SG - Unit 3 - Insect Orders Study Guide Unit objectives:...

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Unit 3 - Insect Orders Study Guide Unit objectives: After you have completed this unit you should know for each order: 1. its common name 2. its development, or metamorphosis 3. 3-4 facts regarding its life history and/or economic importance 4. its wing type Introduction Review Terms Define each of the following terms 1. Ametabolous: 2. Hemimetabolous: 3. Holometabolous: 4. Apterygote: 5. Paleopterous: 6. Pterygote: 7. Neoptera: 8. Exopterygote: 9. Endopterygote:
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Take note , the column for Development refers to metamorphosis, i.e. whether or not the order is ametabolous, hemimetabolous or holometabolous. The column for Wing Type refers to whether or not the order is a) Apterygote, b) Paleopterous or b) Neoptera; and whether or not the order is: a) Endopterygote or b) Exopterygote. You will need to use all your resources, your text and CD to find all of the answers. Table 1 Order Common Name Development Life History Economic Importance Wing Type Class Collembola none CLASS INSECTA
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This note was uploaded on 07/23/2011 for the course ENY 3005 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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U3SG - Unit 3 - Insect Orders Study Guide Unit objectives:...

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