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TAMUENTO 210Michel SlotmanFall

ENTO 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Virus, Viral Hemorrhagic Fever, Animal Husbandry

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Arbovirus is transmitted by a blood sucking arthropod - requires a minimum of 2 hosts (vertebrate and an arthropod) Mots important reservoir hosts are
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TAMUENTO 210Michel SlotmanFall

ENTO 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Southeast Asia

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Primary vector of dengue fever is the mosquito aedes aegypti which is commonly found in sitting pools of water. It was easily transported to areas arou
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TAMUENTO 210Michel SlotmanFall

ENTO 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Coagulation, Circadian Rhythm

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Mosquitos and other insects have low to no protein within their diets. Males of all species are incapable of feeding on blood, because of their lack of
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TAMUENTO 210Michel SlotmanFall

ENTO 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Centipede, Millipede, Arachnid

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Monday, september 19, 2016 at 1:50 pm arthon - joint pod - foot. Bites are more deadly to the young and old. Strike with their venomous stingers usuall
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TAMUENTO 210Michel SlotmanFall

ENTO 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Hydrocele, Scrotum

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Lymphatic lariasis and its development to forming elephantiasis - abnormal growth in extremities due to tiny hair like worms that die off and cause blo
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