Arthropods


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Arthropods

A phylum name referring to certain insects (including mosquitoes and ticks) and spiders.
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Researchers studied arthropods for the study, a group of animals including insects, spiders and crustaceans that currently account for over 80% of all animal species.
No between-species correlation or correlation between patterns of rainfall and abundance of arthropods reached traditional levels of significance (P < 0.
Achievement of full spectrum dominance requires investment in the development of new military capabilities, which will lead to multidimensional protection against harmful arthropods and the diseases they transmit.
There are few natural flowers available in many portions of the Chiricahua Mountains prior to onset of monsoon rains, and arthropods may be the only nearby alternative energy source for E.
This book presents the third volume of the ambitious series, which has been successfully initiated a while ago to cover the arthropod fauna of the United Arab Emirates.
Immature and soft-bodied adult arthropods were preserved in 70% ethanol, and other adult arthropods were frozen and pinned.
But what were seeing here is an answer to the question of how arthropods changed their bodies from soft to hard.
ICIPE s aim is to contribute to the alleviation of poverty, to food security and to the improvement of the overall health status of people by developing tools and strategies to deal with harmful and useful arthropods.
Extensive illustrations and color photographs may help readers recognize arthropods, such as mosquitoes, flies, and myiasis-producing larvae, and distinguish between soft and hard ticks.
Tamisiocaris belongs to a group of animals called anomalocarids, a type of early arthropod that included the largest and some of the most iconic animals of the Cambrian period.
As with the previous congresses on Fossil Insects, Arthropods and Amber, the sixth one was held in a country with notable Cretaceous amber sites.
The creature, described in the journal Nature, belongs to a group of arthropods known as megacheirans, meaning 'large claws'.