The science of entomology
Structure and function; The nervous, glandular, and muscular systems; Alimentary, circulatory, ventilatory, and excretory systems; Reproduction and morphogenesis; Sensory; Locomotion; Behavior; Insects and their environment; Systematics and evolution; Survey of class insecta; Applied aspects of entomology.
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The Integumentary System
The Nervous Glandular and Muscular
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