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Insect test

Features of the class Insecta

What are the main body parts of an insect Head, Thorax, and Abdomen
All arthropods, and therefore all insects, have Segmented bodies, Jointed legs, Exoskeleton, and are Invertebrates
What is the main function of an insect's antennae To sense the world around them
Most insects have how many pairs of wings? Two pairs, Four wings total
What part of the insect contains the digestive and reproductive organs? Abdomen
Insects breathe through which body part? Spiracles
What is the most diverse group of animals? Insects
What are the two main groups of insects Winged and Wingless
What are some beneficial insects? Ants, bees, butterflies, and some beetles
What are some harmful insects? Ticks, lice, flies, termites
Name two social insects. Ants and bees
What is a parasite? An organism that lives on a host, and is harmful to the host
Insects, arachnids and crustaceans all belong to which phylum? Anthropoda
What are the three purposes of an exoskeleton? Camouflage, protection, support
What is the field of view for 40 level of magnification? 4.0 mm
What is the field of view for 100 level of magnification? 1.5 mm
What is the field of view for 400 level of magnification? 0.4 mm
What is the magnification of the eyepiece? 10x
On a microscope, you should put the specimen on the _____? Stage
When you shift from low power to high power, will the field of view increase or decrease? decrease
On the highest level of magnification, what knob should you use? The fine adjustment knob.
Created by: racolonna