Pro I'm asking Con to present his argument first since [s]he has the burden of proof. I will go on to explain the resolution. To understand the reference I'm refering to you have to read or have read William Golding's "Lord of the Flies". I will be arguing that the lord of the flies in the book was not a concrete physical character.
Life cycle[ edit ] Houseflies mating Each female housefly can lay up to eggs in a lifetime, in several batches of about 75 to The eggs are white and are about 1.
Within a day, larvae maggots hatch from the eggs; they live and feed where they were laid.
The larvae avoid light; the interiors of heaps of animal manure provide nutrient-rich sites and ideal growing conditions, warm, moist, and dark. The pupal case is cylindrical with rounded ends, about 1.
It is yellowish at first, darkening through red and brown to nearly black as it ages. To do this, it uses the ptilinuman eversible pouch on its head, to tear open the end of the pupal case.
The adult housefly lives from two weeks to a month in the wild, or longer in benign laboratory conditions. Having emerged from the pupa, it ceases to grow; a small fly is not necessarily a young fly, but is instead the result of getting insufficient food during the larval stage.
Females produce a pheromoneZ tricosene muscalure. This cuticular hydrocarbon is not released into the air and males sense it only on contact with females;  it has found use as in pest control, for luring males to fly traps.
He climbs on to her thorax, and if she is receptive, a courtship period follows, in which the female vibrates her wings and the male strokes her head. The male then reverses onto her abdomen and the female pushes her ovipositor into his genital opening; copulation, with sperm transfer, lasts for several minutes.
Females normally mate only once and then reject further advances from males, while males mate multiple times. In general, fresh swine and chicken manures present the best conditions for the developing larvae, reducing the larval period and increasing the size of the pupae.
In temperate regions, 12 generations may occur per year, and in the tropics and subtropics, more than Each pupa has one hole through which a single adult wasp has emerged; the wasp larvae fed on the housefly larvae.
Houseflies play an important ecological role in breaking down and recycling organic matter. Adults are mainly carnivorous ; their primary food is animal matter, carrionand faecesbut they also consume milk, sugary substances, and rotting fruit and vegetables.
Solid foods are softened with saliva before being sucked up. If inside a building after dark, they tend to congregate on ceilings, beams, and overhead wires, while out of doors, they crawl into foliage or long grass, or rest in shrubs and trees or on wires.
They arouse in the spring when the weather warms up, and search out a place to lay their eggs. The eggs, larvae, and pupae have many species of stage-specific parasites and parasitoids.
Some of the more important are the parasitic wasps Muscidifurax uniraptor and Spalangia cameroni ; these lay their eggs in the fly larvae tissue and their offspring complete their development before the adult flies can emerge from the pupae.
After infection, the fungal hyphae grow throughout the body, killing the fly in about 5 days. Infected flies have been known to seek high temperatures that could suppress the growth of the fungus. Affected females tend to be more attractive to males, but the fungus-host interactions have not been fully understood.
They alternate between breeding and feeding in dirty places with feeding on human foods, during which process they soften the food with saliva and deposit their faeces, creating a health hazard.
In 16th- and 17th-century European vanitas paintings, flies sometimes occur as memento mori. They may also be used for other effects as in the Flemish painting, the Master of Frankfurt Fly amulets were popular in ancient Egypt. Parasites carried include cysts of protozoae.
Entamoeba histolytica and Giardia lamblia and eggs of helminths, e. A "swat that fly" contest was held for children in Montreal in Japanese Yagi bombs developed at Pingfan consisted of two compartments, one with houseflies and another with a bacterial slurry that coated the flies prior to release.
Vibrio choleraewhich causes cholera, was the bacterium of choice, and was used in China in Baoshan inand in northern Shandong in The Shandong attack killed ,; the occupying Japanese troops had been vaccinated in advance. This could be exploited to combat ever-increasing amounts of waste.
Physical controls include screening with small mesh or the use of vertical strips of plastic or strings of beads in doorways to prevent entry of flies into buildings.
Fans to create air movement or air barriers in doorways can deter flies from entering, and food premises often use ultraviolet light traps that electrocute insects.Why specifically by age 30? Of the books on your list that I’ve read (a little under half of them), the only one where age at reading seems to be a factor is The Great Gatsby — which I re-read last year, and resonated with me much more at age 25 than it had the first time around at age Morals vs.
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