Wilmarie Morales SotoFebruary 3, 2012RISE
• Also known as plant lice.• Are small sap sucking insects, and  members of the superfamily Aphidoidea.• Aphids can damage...
• To develop the proper skills for microscope observation.• To observe aphids through light microscopy.•   Aphids were col...
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  1. 1. Wilmarie Morales SotoFebruary 3, 2012RISE
  2. 2. • Also known as plant lice.• Are small sap sucking insects, and members of the superfamily Aphidoidea.• Aphids can damage the plant by depriving the tissues of vital nutrients.• Some ants live with aphids in mutually beneficial relations.• Aphids reproduce asexually and sexually.
  3. 3. • To develop the proper skills for microscope observation.• To observe aphids through light microscopy.• Aphids were collected in a Green House in Utuado.• Using the dissecting microscope to see the insect.• Place a drop of oil on the insect to keep it from moving.• Magnify to 5.6 in order to see clearly.• And photographs were taken.• Aphids were very difficult to observed because they were constantly moving.

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