alexa Cytoplasmic Organelle Chromatoid Body in Class Insecta

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Cytoplasmic Organelle Chromatoid Body in Class Insecta

The Insecta class comprises approximately 1.000.000 species distributed in 32 orders. These organisms are generally characterized by three body parts (head, thorax and abdomen) and six locomotory appendages attached to the thorax.All general aspects – biology, ecology, genetics, cytogenetics, morphology, evolution, reproduction, among others – are widely studied in the Insecta class, since the knowledge of these organisms are of great importance, especially in public health, where they act as vectors, and the economy, where they act as agricultural pests.

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