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Introduction to Insect Biology and Diversity
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PART ONE INSECTS AS ORGANISMS; 1. Introduction; 2. The Insect Body; 3. The Integument; 4. Continuity of the Generations: Development and Reproduction; 5. Maintenance and Movement; 6. Reception of Stimuli and Integration of Activities; 7. Social Relationships; PART TWO INSECT ECOLOGY; 8. Population Biology; 9. Diversity and Adaptations of Insects in Selected Habitats; 10. Insects and Vascular Plants; 11. Entomophagous Insects; 12. Insects and Vertebrates; 13. Insects and Microbes; 14. Pest Management; PART THREE INSECT DIVERSITY; 15. An Evolutionary Perspective of the Insecta; 16. Key to the Classes and Orders of Common Hexapodous Arthropods; 17. The Parainsecta: Collembola and Protura; 18. The Entognatha: Diplura; 19. The Apterygota: Archeognatha and Thysanura; 20. Ephemeroptera; 21. Odonata; 22. Blattodea; 23. Mantodea; 24. Isoptera; 25. Grylloblattodea; 26. Dermaptera; 27. Plecoptera; 28. Embiidina; 29. Orthoptera; 30. Phasmatodea; 31. Zoraptera; 32. Psocoptera; 33. Phthiraptera; 34. Hemiptera; 35. Thysanoptera; 36. Megaloptera; 37. Raphidioptera; 38. Neuroptera; 39. Coleoptera; 40. Strepsiptera; 41. Mecoptera; 42. Diptera; 43. Siphonaptera; 44. Lepidoptera; 45. Trichoptera; 46. Hymenoptera; 47. Collection and Preservation; Glossary; References Cited

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