U11SG - Unit 11 - Insect Parasitism Study Guide Unit...

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Unit 11 - Insect Parasitism Study Guide Unit objectives: 1. Differentiate between the three types of symbiosis. 2. Using examples, differentiate between parasite and parasitoid. 3. Define gregarious, multiple and hyperparasitoidism. 4. Using examples, discuss advantages and disadvantages endo- and ectoparasitoidism. 5. Discuss why some insects have chosen, or evolved, to be very small. Symbiotic Relationships List the three types of symbiotic relationships and give an example of each: Define endoparasite: Define ectoparasite: List several examples of endo- and ectoparasites. Parasite vs. Parasitoid T or F: A parasitoid is a parasite. Define parasitoid: Which insects are commonly parasitoids? Why are parasitoids used to kill agricultural pests? Parasitoid examples Describe two parasitoids:
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Other parasitoid terms What is a hyperparasite? What will happen to first wasp's eggs that are in the caterpillar? Give an example of a gregarious parasitoid:
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U11SG - Unit 11 - Insect Parasitism Study Guide Unit...

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