2- Describe how flea are adapted for passing rapidly and unimpeded through the hair or feathers of host.
3- Explain on how to control the fleas.
4- Explain the life cycle of Pulex irritants.
5- Suggest FIVE (5) ways to treat the patient infested with Tunga penetrans.
6- Briefly explain the Chaga's disease transmission in human.
7- Differentiate the morphology of head and base of antennae between Triatoma infestant and Panstongylus megistus.
8- Differentiate the morphology of characteristics between Cimex hemipterus and Cimex lectularius adult.
9- With the aid of diagram, explain the life cycle of bed bug.
10- Explain how human can get infested with the parasite Sarcoptes scabies.
11- All ticks are obligate blood-feeding ectoparasites. In addition, the blood lost is seldom significant, but many diseases are vectored by hard ticks. Explain the pathogenicity of hard tick and their symptoms.
12- Draw and label a diagram of spider with its FIVE (5) main key characteristics.
13- Victims often are unaware they have been bitten by brown spider Describe the signs and symptoms that may appear in victims.
14- Explain the treatment of scorpionida bite.
15- Pentastomiasis also known as tongue worm infestation. Describe the morphology and life cycle of Linguatula species.