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2.3 learning about Insect Cycles

Name in order the 4 stages of complete metamorphosis. egg. larva. pupa. adult
Name 5 insects that go through complete metamorphosis. butterflies, moths, beetles, flies, mosquitoes, bees, wasps
What is metamorphosis? a change in form
What is a larva? a caterpillar, maggot, or grub
What is a chrysalis? a hard shell covering made by a butterfly larva
What is a cocoon? a silk case made by a moth larva
What is a pupa? an insect in the stage between larval and adult
What is an hypothesis? a reasonable or sensible explanation based on observation
What is an experiment? a planned way to test a hypothesis
Life can only come from life. the law of biogenesis
What are the 3 other names for larvae? caterpillars grubs. maggots
Who performed many experiments to test the hypothesis of spontaneous generation? Francesco Redi
What kind of insect did Francesco Redi use in his experiments? housefly