- n. Plural form of insect.
“Familiarity with life cycles of insects that are disease vectors helps in timing plantings to avoid the insects active periods.”
“Starting to prove that insects fertilize the flowers, his carefully observed facts only served to demonstrate in many cases the reverse -- that _insects could not fertilize_ flowers in the manner he had declared.”
“An extremely curious object of research would be to consider insects in this new point of view, I say _insects_, for I do not conceive that any thing analogous will be found in other species of animals.”
“The volume of the insects is at the highest, a kind of resurrection high.”
“The hum of insects is everywhere but happily they all seem far more interested in the flowers than the humans.”
“The entomologists get away with it not only because they have more species, but also because certain insects are major crop pests while others spread disease.”
“Do you have any actual evidence that social behavior in insects evolved?”
“Daniel Smith: Do you have any actual evidence that social behavior in insects evolved?”
“In nature, the lotus leaf and certain insects are water resistant because hair spacing and surface tension cause water to bead up, says Tonia Hsieh, an associate biology professor at Temple University in Philadelphia, whose conversations with Sigmund influenced his design.”
“Threatening anyone with exposure to stinging insects is probably not going to go over well with legal authorities.”
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