Entomology 10 Second Midterm Review
Midterm Exam Review Entomology 10 Winter, 2009 The following are some study terms and questions. They not all inclusive but provide a guide to some of the important concepts covered in class. Be Able to Define and/or Us
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Why Conserve Insects?
Ecosystem services Nutrient recycling Biological control Largest diversity and biomass Food chain position Food for some humans Medicine, industry, crafts, scientific resear
The world of ants
ENT 10 13 Feb. 2009 Philip S. Ward Department of Entomology University of California at Davis
Ecological significance Ants are abundant almost everywhere in terrestrial habitats and ecologically very important, especially
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Mechanisms for Escaping Adversity
Lecture Goals Lecture
How do insects adapt to allow them to escape adversity? What choices do insects have when their environment becomes unsuitable?
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LECTURE 13 BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS
Glassy-winged Sharpshooter Glassy-winged and the Fate of the California Grape Industry
Hemimetabolus Piercing-sucking mouthpart
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The Sociological Perspective
Sociology is the systematic study of human society. The sociological perspective allows us to see:
general in the particular The strange in the familiar Individuality in social context
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FDI . 4.8 .54 1.04 Visa
requirements, no. of countries* .
71.0 .58 1.05 Openness bilateral ASAs (0
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Transparency of government policymaking .
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infrastructure. 5.1 .38
7.04 Quality of ground transport
network . 5.1 .31 7.05 Road
density/million pop.* .
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industry . 5.9 .35 5.02 T&T govt
expenditure, % govt budget* .
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attract tourists . 5.2 .32 5.04
Comprehensiveness of T&T data
Demand and Supply
1 Demand Curve
Graph of the quantity of the good consumers want to buy at dierent prices at a given point in time. The price is denoted P and the Quantity of the good consumers want to buy at that price is denoted QD .
1. An actor (or producer) creates the signal. 2. A reactor (or receiver) receives the signal. 3. This signal inuences the behavior of the reactor.
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SEXUAL ENCOUNTERS OF A FLORAL KIND (Video) I. Flowering plant biologyA. Seed pod explodes- initiating plant life B. Flowers- Purpose: Sex (Time-lapse of anthesis events) C. Most flowers have male & female sexes 1. Sex parts Female: Stigmas (receptive) Mal
Chapter 7: Social Stratification
Social stratification a system by which a society
ranks categories of people in a hierarchy.
Persistent Universal but variable Economic goods Honor (status) Power Involves material differences and beliefs Ideologycultur
Final Examination, Entomology 10, Winter Quarter 2008 Name_
A. Scantron Questions 1-15. Fill in the correct bubble for the following questions. A for True and B for false. Each question is worth 2 points. Total points = 30. 1. True /False. Rachel Carsons
Eggs laid on stalks
Larva feeding On caterpillar
Green Lacewing Order: Neuroptera (Nerve Wing) Larvae Predatory Adult feeds on pollen; nectar Holometabolous
Defoliation of forest by gypsy moth caterpillars
Lecture 10 Population Biology
A. What is a popula
What is Deviance?
Deviance the recognized violation of
cultural norms. Crime the violation of a societys formally enacted criminal law. What deviant actions or attitudes have in common is some element of difference that causes us to regard another person
Midterm 2 Entomology 10, Winter Quarter 2008
Scantron 1-13: True/False Questions. Fill in the correct bubble for the following questions. A for true and B for false. Each question is worth 2 points. 26 points total. 1. True/False. Uniform insect po
Lecture 9 Insectivorous Plants
I. Charles Darwin Insectivorous Plants 1875 II. 500 species of plants A. Nitrogen- poor soils B. Acid bogs C. Heavy volcanic clays III. Mechanisms to trap insects (attractant) A. Sticky exudates (attractive to insects) - fly