EEB 4251 Medical Entomology

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Medical Entomology
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DATE/LECTURE/TEXT
EEB 4251 (W)
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Jan. 21 W Introd to course & arthopods                 Handouts
Spring 2009
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26 M Introd. to Insecta                                       Handouts
 
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28 W Importance of Medical Entomology       Handouts
DATE LECTURE TEXT* LAB
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Feb.   2 M Morphol. & Physiol.: quick dash             Handouts
Jan. 21 W Introd to course & arthopods
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4 W         Pathogens; Blattaria, Coleoptera           Ch, 15
Handouts Survey of arthropods
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9 M Hemiptera                                                         Ch. 13, 14
26 M Introd. to Insecta
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Handouts ---
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28 W Importance of Medical Entomology
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Handouts Morphology & Mouthparts
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Feb.   2 M Morphol. & Physiol.: quick dash
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Handouts ---
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4 W Pathogens; Blattaria, Coleoptera
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Ch, 15 Blattaria, Coleoptra, Hemiptera
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9 M Hemiptera
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Ch. 13, 14 ---
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           11 W Mites
 
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Ch. 18, 19, 20 Mites
 
Ch. 18, 19, 20 Mites
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           18 W MIDTERM
 
           18 W MIDTERM
--- Culicidae (cont.)
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           23 M
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           23 M   Diptera (introd.), Culicidae         Handouts, Ch. 1-3
 
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Diptera (introd.), Culicidae
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Handouts, Ch. 1-3 ---
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Medical Entomology - EEB 425l  Spring 2007
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25 W Culicidae (cont.)
 
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27 M Venomous arthropods, forensic & surgical entomology
 
27 M Venomous arthropods, forensic & surgical entomology
 
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29 W Catch-up, miscellany --- LAB FINAL
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29 W Catch-up, miscellany
 
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Notes: Carl Schaefer, TLS 377; 486-4455 (lab.), 423-9427 (home---emergencies or bribes only); e-mail carl.schaefer@uconn.edu. Office hours: after lectures, or by appointment.
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TA: Roberta Engel BioPharm 318; 486-6215 (office); e-mail engellaoshi@yahoo.com. Office hours: Wed. 2-3, or by appointment.
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Grading: lecture: 200 points; lab: 100 points
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Lecture: midterm=70 points; final (cumulative)=130 points
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Note on reading: The text is the latest edition of Service’s “Medical Entomology.” The chapter listings on the schedule are from the first edition, and may differ in your schedule But I know you can work it out.
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W students: I will give you a separate schedule for the W sessions. You most realize that your credit, based on your writing, will be 25% of your grade; but that you must pass the W to get any credit in the entire course. If you are a W students and fail the W, you’ll get an F in the course. This has never happened in the past, and before I retire it had better not happen in the future.
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==W STUDENTS==

Revision as of 12:56, 28 January 2009

Medical Entomology EEB 4251 (W) Spring 2009


Contents

CONTACT INFORMATION

Carl Schaefer, TLS 377; 486-4455 (lab.), 423-9427 (home---emergencies or bribes only); e-mail carl.schaefer@uconn.edu. Office hours: after lectures, or by appointment.

TA: Roberta Engel BioPharm 318; 486-6215 (office); e-mail engellaoshi@yahoo.com. Office hours: Wed. 2-3, or by appointment.

Grading: lecture: 200 points; lab: 100 points Lecture: midterm=70 points; final (cumulative)=130 points (equals 200 points) Laboratory: the laboratory work (100 points) may involve some quizzes, and other work


Note on reading: The text is the latest edition of Service’s “Medical Entomology.” The chapter listings on the schedule are from the first edition, and may differ in your schedule But I know you can work it out.

W students: I will give you a separate schedule for the W sessions. You most realize that your credit, based on your writing, will be 25% of your grade; but that you must pass the W to get any credit in the entire course. If you are a W students and fail the W, you’ll get an F in the course. This has never happened in the past, and before I retire it had better not happen in the future.

SYLLABUS

will post soon DATE/LECTURE/TEXT Jan. 21 W Introd to course & arthopods Handouts 26 M Introd. to Insecta Handouts 28 W Importance of Medical Entomology Handouts Feb. 2 M Morphol. & Physiol.: quick dash Handouts 4 W Pathogens; Blattaria, Coleoptera Ch, 15 9 M Hemiptera Ch. 13, 14

         11 W	Mites

Ch. 18, 19, 20 Mites 16 M Mites (cont.) -same- --- 18 W Ticks Ch. 16, 17 Ticks 23 M Ticks (cont.) -same- --- 25 W Ticks (cont.) -same- Mallophaga & Anoplura Mar. 2 M Mallophaga Ch. 12 --- 4 W Anoplura Ch. 12, 1-3 Diptera (introd.), Psychodidae, Ceratopogonidae, Culicidae

March 8-14 SPRING BREAK

Mar. 16 M Holometabola (introd.) Handouts, Ch. 1-3 ---

         18 W	MIDTERM
          23 M    Diptera (introd.), Culicidae          Handouts, Ch. 1-3	

25 W Culicidae (cont.) -same- Tabanidae 30 M Culicidae (cont.) -same- --- Apr. 1 W Culicidae (cont.), mostly malaria -same- Cyclorrhapha (immatures)

	6 M	More nematocerans

Ch. 4, 5, 6, 7 --- 8 W Still more nematocerans, Tabanidae Ch. 8, 9, 10 Cyclorrhapha (adults)

        13	M	Cyclorrhapha

Ch. 8, 9, 10, 11 ---

         15 W	Cyclorrhapha (cont.)

-same- Siphonaptera 20 M Cyclorrhapha (concl.) Ch. 11 --- 22 W Siphonaptera Handouts Venomous arthropods 27 M Venomous arthropods, forensic & surgical entomology Handouts --- 29 W Catch-up, miscellany

W STUDENTS

LAB

Be sure to get a 3-ring binder for lab handouts, assignments, etc.


RECENT HANDOUTS

1. SOME ARTHROPODA GROUPS

Phylum Arthropoda (”jointed feet”)

Subphylum Trilobita (extinct, but often pretty)

Subphylum Chelinidea (2 tagmata [singular is tagma], cephlo-thorax and abdomen; uses chelicerae for feeding

Class Xiphosura (horseshoe crabs)

Class Eurypterida (extinct; dominant for 300M years)

Class Arachnida

*Order Araneae (spiders) **Order Acarina (mites, also includes ticks) *Order Scorpiones Order Phalangidae (daddy-long-legs) Order Pseudoscorpiones (small but impressive, as your TA will tell you)

Subphylum Mandibulata (2 or 3 tagmata, if 2 then head free; various bits of anatomy used for feeding, mostly by chewing or, secondarily, by sucking)

Class Crustacea (often good to eat)

Class Symphyla (small, maybe ancestor of the rest)

Class Diplopoda (second segment fused with first, so it appears to have two legs on each segment—millipedes)

Class Chilopoda (small poison jaws; centipedes)

Some call these three Classes collectively as the “Myriapoda”; poor

Class Insecta (or Hexapoda) (3 tagmata [head, thorax, abdomen, all separate], 6 legs)

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