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ENT378 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sap, Probiotic, Competitive Exclusion Principle
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BACTERIA: Cant use for pest control 1) small, unicellular organisms. 2) prokaryotes - lack a defined nucleus; no membrane-bound organelles. 3) those with rigid cell walls during at least part of their life cycle have regul...

Entomology (Biological Sciences)
ENT378
Andrew Keddie
ENT378 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Dung Beetle, Rhabditida, Rhabditidae
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Associations of nematodes and invertebrates. Evolution of parasitism from free-living forms: George O. Poinar Jr. steps: (from free-living) i. phoresis - invertebrate serves as a means of transport only. -Dung Beetle Order...

Entomology (Biological Sciences)
ENT378
Andrew Keddie
ENT378 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Gonochorism, Ovoviviparity, Parthenogenesis
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PHYLUM NEMATA (NEMATODA) NEMATODES (roundworms or threadworms Greek:nema=thread) Biology -- appendageless. see Handout -- unsegmented. -- wormlike invertebrate. - have a body cavity and a complete digestive tract. - mouth....

Entomology (Biological Sciences)
ENT378
Andrew Keddie
ENT378 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Gastrointestinal Tract, Queen Ant, Melanin
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NEMATODE RESISTANCE IN INVERTEBRATES Queen ant and head of solider ant; ant has mermithids; screws up its morphology. Changes entire body parts; I dont like that head, Ill give you a new one! Talk about extreme makeover.. ...

Entomology (Biological Sciences)
ENT378
Andrew Keddie
ENT392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Myxoma Virus, Relapsing Fever, Chagas Disease
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Disease Insect DCO Anteriorposterior CycloDevelProlif Restriction Symptoms Myxomatosis Mosquito Myxoma Virus (Rabbits) Myiasis Screwworms Dog tapeworms Fleas Dog Tapeworm Eggfleadog Developmental Develop in Gut (eaten) Cha...

Entomology (Biological Sciences)
ENT392
Andrew Keddie
ENT392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Malaria
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Incriminating a Vector: 1. Demonstrate the D.C.O in the putative vector in nature before or during the epidemicinfective to vertebrate, and present in sufficient numbers to be able to infect the vertebrate during the epide...

Entomology (Biological Sciences)
ENT392
Andrew Keddie
ENT392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Salivary Gland, Circulatory System, Spirochaete
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Modes of Transmission Transmission To Hosts (Vertebrate) - to maintain vector-borne DCOs then there are two main routes most common is known as anterior-station transmission (biting). e.g. DCOs are liberated from contamina...

Entomology (Biological Sciences)
ENT392
Andrew Keddie
ENT392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Myxoma Virus, Myxomatosis, Arthropod
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(B) as vectors of pathogens: vector: - an organism that does not cause disease itself but which spreads infection by conveying pathogens from one host to another. - an arthropod that transmits a parasite from one vertebrat...

Entomology (Biological Sciences)
ENT392
Andrew Keddie
ENT378 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Instar, Thermoregulation, Hemoglobin

find more resources at oneclass.com Wednesday, September 7, 2016 Lecture 1 Entomology 378 Biological Controls: -Parasitoids: Always kill their host ...

Entomology (Biological Sciences)
ENT378
Andrew Keddie
ENT207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Bromomethane, Pyrethrum, Allethrins
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ENT 207 FINAL EXAM REVIEW Question 1 Compare and contrast the different mechanisms of host plant resistance  Pest resistance is defined any inherited characteristic of a host that lessens effects of attack  G...

Entomology (Biological Sciences)
ENT207
Maya Evenden
ENT207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cucurbitaceae, Pesticide Resistance, Agrotis
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LECTURES #10: INSECT ECOLOGY I Intro What is an Insect?  Insects are a class of invertebrates within the arthropod phylum that have: o Chitinous exoskeleton o A three part body (head, thorax a...

Entomology (Biological Sciences)
ENT207
Maya Evenden
ENT207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Notum, Habitat, Mesothorax
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LECTURE #4: INSECT EXTERNALLY Thorax  The locomotory center if the insect and consists of 3 segment o Prothorax: Bears the forelegs o Mesothorax: Bears the middle legs and forewings o...

Entomology (Biological Sciences)
ENT207
Maya Evenden
ENT207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Calcite, Aragonite, Invertebrate
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LECTURE #2 NOTES http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/article/arthropods_01 Anthropod: An invertebrate animal having an exoskeleton, a segmented body and jointed appendages  Includes insects, spiders, centipede...

Entomology (Biological Sciences)
ENT207
Maya Evenden
ENT207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Herbivore, Rangeland, Insecticide
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LECTURE #17: WHAT IS A PEST? Definition  Pest species interfere with human activity and damage our: o Bodies, crops, houses, pets, forests, livestock, resources o Damage to crop/lifestyle is s...

Entomology (Biological Sciences)
ENT207
Maya Evenden
ENT207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Interspecific Competition, Infertility, Pest Control
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LECTURE # 11: INSECT ECOLOGY II Factor contributing to the dynamics of insect populations 1. Population Density: # of insects per square meter or per plant 2. Dispersion: Are the insects’ spaced out in a uniform...

Entomology (Biological Sciences)
ENT207
Maya Evenden

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