Internal Anatomy Skeletal System The skeletal system (Figure 1) is highly modified to meet the structural and energetic demands of flight. Throughout the skeleton are examples of three types ofadaptive modifications: rigidity, reduction and redistribution of mass, and modifications ofthe limbs ...
Internal Anatomy Head: Fish have a bony skull that protects the brain and gills. Backbone: Fish have backbones. The backbone goes from the skull through the body to the tail.
Internal anatomy and physiology - Page 1 of 18 Internal anatomy and physiology D. L. A. Underwood Biology 316 - General Entomology A. Digestive system 1.
1 Internal Anatomy of the Arthropods I Muscular System * FUNCTION: to move body parts * Insects possess only striated muscle * Muscles attach to the exoskeleton (or tissues attached to exoskeleton, such as basement membrane) * In insects undergoing metamorphosis, muscles often undergo large ...
1 | Page INTERNAL ANATOMY Obtain a freshly killed cockroach ( Blaberus ). Determine its sex by examining the last externally visible sternite. The sternite of a male is notched laterally and small stylus protrudes.
ENTO 489 Internal Anatomy of Honey Bees Page 1 of 9 INTERNAL ANATOMY OF HONEY BEES 1. Digestive and excretory systems. 2. Circulatory, respiratory, and nervous systems.
THE INTERNAL ANATOMY OF THE MYDAS FLY.* The Internal Anatomy of the Mydas Fly
Bio 317: Entomology, p. 1 Exercise 3: Internal Anatomy of the Lubber Grasshopper, Romalea This exercise is modified from http://www.lander.edu/rsfox/310romaleaLab.html .
In this investigation, you will examine the external and internal anatomy of a squid. Squids are members of the phylum Mollusca, which includes snails, clams, and octopi.
Internal Anatomy Laboratory Obtain a freshly killed cockroach ( Periplaneta americana ) and determine its gender: four small projections (2 cerci and 2 styli) are visible on the terminal abdominal sternite of the male whereas only two projections (the cerci) are visible in the female.