Definición de Psocoptera en inglés:

Psocoptera

Silabificación: Pso·cop·ter·a
Pronunciación: /sōˈkäptərə
 
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Entomology
An order of insects that comprises the booklice and other psocids.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The Hemiptera (bugs, cicadas, whiteflies, aphids, etc.), the Thysanoptera, the Psocoptera (psocids, book lice, and bark lice), and the Phthiraptera form the hemipteroid assemblage.
  • The hemipteroid assemblage has four orders of insects: Hemiptera (bugs, cicadas, whiteflies, aphids, etc.), Phthiraptera, Psocoptera (psocids, book lice, and bark lice), and Thysanoptera (thrips).
  • For the other two hemipteroid orders, Thysanoptera and Psocoptera, only partial mtDNA sequences are available.

Origen

modern Latin (plural), from Psocus (genus name) + pteron 'wing'.

Derivativos

psocopteran

sustantivo & adjetivo
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  • Comparisons between fully characterized mt genomes of a range of hemipterans, thrips, psocopterans, and lice should provide further insight into the mechanisms of gene rearrangement in animal mt genomes.
  • The hemipteroid assemblage (bugs, thrips, psocopterans, and lice) is particularly interesting because it is thought to be the sister group of the Endopterygota.
  • Based on the close relationship of thrips to the lophioneurid psocopteroids, it is likely that the Triassic and Jurassic thrips were saprophagous, just as the psocopterans and merothripids are today.

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