A Dictionary of Entomology
CABI, 2011 - Science - 1526 pages
This fully updated new edition of the Reference Reviews Top Ten Print Reference Source 2004 is a comprehensive, fully cross-referenced collection of terms, names and phrases used in entomology, incorporating an estimated 43,000 definitions. It is the only listing which covers insect anatomy, behavior, biology, ecology, histology, molecular biology, morphology, pest management, taxonomy and systematics. The origin, etymology, part of speech and definition of each term and phrase are all provided, including the language, meaning or root of each term and constituent parts.
The common names of insects, their scientific binomen and taxonomic classification are provided, with diagnoses of pest species in many cases. All insect order, suborder, superfamily, family and subfamily names are given, together with the diagnostic features of orders and families. With new and updated terms, particularly in molecular biology, phylogeny and spatial technology, this is an essential reference for researchers and students of entomology and related disciplines.
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Dictionary of Entomology
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Abdomen absent Acarina Adult Anal Anon Antenna apex Aphid Aphididae apical appendage areas assigned to Superfamily atus Australia Bacillus thuringiensis bark bees Beetle bibliogr body Borer brown Caterpillar cells characterized Citrus cocoon Coleoptera colour compound Coxa dark Descriptive of structure Diptera disease dorsal eclosion Eggs laid elongate Elytra endemic endemic to Australia Entomol Entomologist Female lays food plant forewing fruit Gland Greek head Hemiptera hindwing host Hymenoptera Insecticide insects instars Integument larvae Larvae feed Latin leaf legs Lepidoptera Lond MacGillivray male margin Mature larva membrane Middle English mites Moth Noctuidae North America Noun nymphs organisms Orthoptera osus overwinters oviposition pale Palpus parasitic Pertaining pest Plural Noun polyphagous posterior predators Proc Pupa Pupation occurs Pyralidae Sawfly Scale sclerite segments Setae Snodgrass soil Species surface Suture Swallowtail tion trees typically Vein Weevil wing wingspan yellow