Part 2 (Chapter 3) Introduction to Urban and Industrial Integrated Pest Management Purdue

  1. Adult mites have [a] pairs of legs and belong to the class [b]. Immature ticks have [c] pairs of legs and belong to the class [d].
    • four
    • Arachnida
    • three
    • Arachnida
  2. The classification hierarchy goes as follows: Kingdom, [a], [b], Order, [c], [d] , Species.
    • Phylum
    • Class
    • Family
    • Genus
  3. [a] are of the insect order Ephemerptera, and undergo an additional stage called the [b] stage, where they go through one molt after becoming an adult.
    • Mayflies
    • subimago
  4. Insects belong to the phylum [a], which means [b].
    • Arthropoda
    • jointed legs (foot or appendage)
  5. Some insects, such as cockroaches, enclose several eggs together in a(n) [a].
    ootheca/capsule
  6. Cockroaches and termites undergo [a] metamorphosis. The life stages involved are [b], [c], and [d].
    • gradual
    • egg
    • nymph
    • adult
  7. [a] hormone is associated with the process of shedding the old cuticle.
    Juvenile/Molting/Ecclysone
  8. About [a] percent of the dry weight of an insect's exoskeleton is chitin.
    50
  9. Juvenile hormone (JH) is involved in the molting process. During the between-molt stages of insects, JH levels are relatively [a].
    high
  10. Millipedes belong to the class [a].
    Diplopoda
  11. An unknown insect may be identified by referring to
    a.)pictorial keys

    b.)your local sanitation department

    c.)the cooperative extension service

    d.)diagnostic keys
    a.)pictorial keys

    c.)the cooperative extension service

    d.)diagnostic keys
  12. Common insects occurring in the Order Isoptera include
    a.)silverfish

    b.)bristletails

    c.)termites

    d.)earwigs
    c.)termites
  13. Arthropods are distinguished from other animals by having
    a.)a segmented (jointed) body

    b.)paired, segmented appendages

    c.)an internal skeleton

    d.)bilateral symmetry
    a.)a segmented (jointed) body

    b.)paired, segmented appendages

    d.)bilateral symmetry
  14. Human beings belong to the
    a.)Family Hominidae

    b.)Class Mammalia

    c.)Genus Blattella

    d.)Animal Kingdom
    a.)Family Hominidae

    b.)Class Mammalia

    d.)Animal Kingdom
  15. Examples of insects that undergo gradual metamorphosis include
    a.)ants

    b.)bedbugs

    c.)cockroaches

    d.)dragonflies
    b.)bedbugs

    c.)cockroaches
  16. Class Insecta is characterized by the presence of
    a.)two pairs of antennae

    b.)four pairs of wings

    c.)usually one or two pairs of wings

    d.)three distinct body regions
    c.)usually one or two pairs of wings

    d.)three distinct body regions
  17. The arthropods include:
    a.)booklice

    b.)lobsters

    c.)centipedes

    d.)earwigs
    a.)booklice

    b.)lobsters

    c.)centipedes

    d.)earwigs
  18. The German cockroach belongs to the
    a.)Animal kingdom

    b.)Class Mammalia

    c.)Phylum Arthropoda

    d.)Family Coccidae
    a.)Animal kingdom

    c.)Phylum Arthropoda
  19. The insect order Hymenoptera include the
    a.)ants

    b.)bees

    c.)termites

    d.)wasps
    a.)ants

    b.)bees

    d.)wasps
  20. The Class Insecta includes
    a.)ticks

    b.)mites

    c.)spiders

    d.)beetles
    d.)beetles
  21. List the life stages for insects having complete metamorphosis.
    Egg

    Larva

    Pupa

    Adult
  22. List the life stages for insects having no metamorphosis (i.e., without metamorphosis).
    Egg

    Young

    Adult
  23. List the life stages for insects having gradual metamorphosis.
    Egg

    Nymph

    Adult
  24. What characteristics can be used to separate insects (Insecta) from spiders (Arachnida)? Contrast the three characteristics
    • Insects:
    • 3 body regions (head,thorax, abdomen)
    • 3 pairs of legs
    • 1 or 2 pairs of wings
    • Antennae present

    • Arachnida:
    • 2 body regions (cephalothorax, abdomen)
    • 4 pairs of legs
    • no wings
    • no antennae
  25. List 2 distinguishing features between millipedes and centipedes
    millipedes have 2 pairs of legs on each segment, centipedes have 1 pair

    millipedes have short antennae, centipedes usually have long antennae and many are jointed

    millipedes legs are joined to the underside of the body, centipede legs are joined close to the underside of the body
  26. What are the types of metamorphosis that occur in insects, and give an insect example for each type?
    • Ametabolous (without) - silverfsh
    • Hemimetabolous (gradual) - cockroaches, termites, earwigs, crickets, bed bugs & lice
    • Hemimetabolous (incomplete) - mayflies, dragonflies & damselflies
    • Holometabolous (complete) - fleas, flies, beetles, moths, ants, wasps and mosquitos
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Part 2 (Chapter 3) Introduction to Urban and Industrial Integrated Pest Management Purdue
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