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- The name Apterygota is sometimes applied to a subcl**** of small, agile insects, distinguished from other insects by their lack of wings in the present...
- hexapods. Traditionally, insects defined in this way were divided into "Apterygota" (the first five groups in the table)—the wingless insects—and Pterygota—the...
- historically united with the now-obsolete order Thysanura to form the cl**** Apterygota, but it has since been recognized that the hexapodous condition of these...
- This system is found in most arachnids, insects such as silverfish (Apterygota), dragonflies (Paleoptera) and gr****hoppers (Exopterygota), and some nematodes...
- of insects do not have wings, so wingless subgroups are unremarkable. Apterygota are a subcl**** of small, agile insects, distinguished from other insects...
- completely eyeless, such as the family Nicoletiidae. Like other species in Apterygota, the silverfish is completely wingless. It has long antennae, and moves...
- Another name used to separate the two groups from winged insects is Apterygota. The name Thysanura was derived from the Gr**** θυσάνος, thysanos for fringe...
- the family. Ovipositors exist not only in winged insects, but also in Apterygota, where the ovipositor has an additional function in gathering the ****top****...
- Apterygota * Zygentoma (silverfish, firebrats)...
- compounds; a tanning process under enzymatic control. In some of the Apterygota however, at least some of the cross-linking is by disulphide bonds reminiscent...
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