U7SG - Unit 7 Getting Together Staying Alive Study Guide...

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Unit 7 - Getting Together & Staying Alive Study Guide Unit objectives: 1. Name and describe 5 ways insects get together to mate. 2. Using an example, describe each of the different ways insects protect themselves that were discussed in the web lecture. 3. Define Mullerian and Batesian Mimicry. 4. Define and give examples of aposematic coloring/behavior. Introduction Why did the Jewel mistake the beer bottle for a mate? Why did the male silk moth have a hard time finding his mate once he got close to her? Sounding Sweet How does the Polka Dot Moth overcome the problem that the silk moth had once the male gets close to the female? Why doesn't the Polka Dot Moth care if predators hear their broadcast? Why does a leafhopper sound have to be as "private as a phone call?" How does leafhopper "hear" with its feet? How do cicadas, grasshoppers and crickets pick up sound? Do crickets rub their legs together to make sound?
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