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Arthropods are a popular source of foods to humans and also have other ecological roles. Some common arthropods that are good sources of food are crustaceans such as crabs and prawns. The arthropod class of animals includes insects, which also have important ecological and economic roles.

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Economics is a social science and it is impotant in our social life,political life, economic life and daily life. it is based on the pillar of a country that who a country is progressing in the ...

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ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF PHYLUM-ARTHROPODA.... 1. Merostomata..... • American species (Limulus polyphemus) sometimes fed to chickens & pigs • Female specimens preferred on account of their eggs of which half- a-pint may be crowded into a cephalic shield Limulus • It is believed that poultry polyphemus will lay more eggs • It fattens both fowls & pigs but also imparts a shocking flavor ...

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The project 'Arthropods of Economic Importance' aims to provide the non-specialists tools for the species recognition of various groups of economically important insects and mites. For this purpose, a series of CD-ROMs is produced.

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Economics is a social science and it is impotant in our social life,political life, economic life and daily life. it is based on the pillar of a country that who a country is progressing in the ...

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As far as human health is concerned, the two most important classes of arthropods are the insects (six-legged adults), and the arachnids (eight-legged adults). Of course, besides direct effects on human health, one must not lose sight of the economic consequences of infestation by certain arthropods -especially the effects of insects on crops.

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Arthropods are invertebrates that constitute over 90% of the animal kingdom, and their bio-ecology is closely linked with global functioning and survival. Arthropods play an important role in maintaining the health of ecosystems, provide livelihoods and nutrition to human communities, and are important indicators of environmental change.

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Other arthropods are heavily consumed by humans, as well, including cicadas, grubs and crickets. Besides pollinating food crops, honeybees also produce honey and beeswax, both of which are of economic importance.

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An arthropod (/ ˈ ɑːr θ r ə p ɒ d /, from Greek ἄρθρον arthron, "joint" and πούς pous, "foot") is an invertebrate animal having an exoskeleton (external skeleton), a segmented body, and paired jointed appendages. Arthropods form the phylum Euarthropoda, which includes insects, arachnids, myriapods, and crustaceans.

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Economic importance of arthopoda 1. ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF 2. Derivation of the name • The name arthopoda means “Jointed legs” and that refers to the most characteristic feature of them. • Arthopoda ranks high in the scale of animal life. • They have adaptive nature. 3.