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Biology 28 3 insects
Biology 28 3 insects
Biology 28 3 insects
Biology 28 3 insects
Biology 28 3 insects
Biology 28 3 insects
Biology 28 3 insects
Biology 28 3 insects
Biology 28 3 insects
Biology 28 3 insects
Biology 28 3 insects
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Biology 28 3 insects

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  • 1. 28-3 Insects<br />
  • 2. Incomplete metamorphosis<br />Type of insect development characterized by a similar appearance throughout all stages of the life cycle.<br />
  • 3. Nymph<br />Immature form that lacks functional sex organs and other adult structures.<br />
  • 4. Complete metamorphosis<br />Type of insect development in which the larvae look and act nothing like their parents and also feed completely different ways.<br />
  • 5. Pupa<br />Stage of metamorphosis in which an insect changes from a larva into an adult.<br />
  • 6. Pheromone<br />Specific chemical messenger that affects the behavior or development of other individuals of the same species<br />
  • 7. society<br />Group of closely related animals of the same species that work together for the benefit of the group<br />
  • 8. caste<br />Group of individual insects specialized to perform particular tasks, or roles.<br />
  • 9. Key concept<br />Insects have a body divided into three parts- head, thorax, and abdomen. Three pairs of legs are attached to the thorax.<br />
  • 10. Key Concept<br />The growth and development of insects usually involve metamorphosis, which is a process of changing shape and form. Insects undergo either incomplete metamorphosis or complete metamorphosis.<br />
  • 11. Key Concept<br />Ants, bees, termites, and some of their relatives form complex associations called societies.<br />

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