Triplehorn

Some articles on triplehorn:

Insect Physiology - Molting
... As an insect grows it needs to replace the rigid exoskeleton regularly (McGavin 2001 Triplehorn Johnson, 2005,) ... foregut, hindgut and endoskeletal structures (McGavin 2001 Triplehorn Johnson, 2005) ... haemolymph into the wing veins (McGavin, 2001 Triplehorn Johnson, 2005) ...
Insect Physiology - Reproductive System - Male
... is usually completed by the time the insect reaches adulthood (Triplehorn Johnson, 2005) ... duct, this opens to the outside on an aedeagus or a penis (Triplehorn Johnson, 2005) ... surrounds and carries the spermatozoa, forming a sperm-containing capsule (Gullan Cranston, 2005 Triplehorn Johnson, 2005,) ...
Insect Physiology - Circulatory System
... It also plays an essential part in the moulting process (McGavin, 2001 Triplehorn Johnson, 2005) ... dorsally just under the surface of the body (McGavin, 2001 Gullan Cranston, 2005 Triplehorn Johnson, 2005) ... Pumping rate accelerates due to periods of increased activity (Triplehorn Johnson, 2005) ...
Insect Physiology - Nervous System - Sensory Organs
... particular odours that are at low concentrations miles from their original source (Triplehorn Johnson, 2005) ... sense organs that are sensitive to mechanical stimuli such as pressure, touch and vibration (Triplehorn Johnson, 2005) ... ranging from 100 to 240 kHz depending on insect species (Triplehorn Johnson, 2005) ...
Insect Physiology - Endocrine System
... controlling reproduction, metamorphosis and moulting (Triplehorn Johnson, 2005) ... in termites and diapause interruption in some insects (Triplehorn Johnson, 2005) ... homeostasis and metamorphosis (Gullan Cranston, 2005 Triplehorn Johnson, 2005) ...