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Chapter 32 Review Reptiles and Birds. Charles Page High School Dr. Stephen L. Cotton. Chapter 32 Review Reptiles and Birds. The tuatara is the only surviving member of the order ______. The only place on Earth that lacks reptiles are ______.

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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

Charles Page High School

Dr. Stephen L. Cotton


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • The tuatara is the only surviving member of the order ______.

  • The only place on Earth that lacks reptiles are ______.

  • Birds maintain an extremely efficient gas exchange system, because they have ______.


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • What is different about the reptile egg compared to the amphibian egg?

  • A developing bird embryo obtains nutrients from the egg’s _____.

  • A four-chambered heart is found among reptiles in the order ____.


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • A reptile that moves without legs may be a _____.

  • A tortoise is a reptile that lives where?

  • The ventral part of a turtle’s shell is called the ______.


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • Which term is least closely related to the others: contour feathers; down feathers; general body feathers; flight feathers

  • The great adaptive radiation of the reptiles took place during the ______ Period.


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • Reptiles whose hearts have two atria and two ventricles are in the Order _______.

  • The largest living reptile that gives us some idea of what the dinosaurs looked like is the ____.

  • Can a rattlesnake detect warmth given off by the body of an animal?


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • An animal that has a tube in the floor of it’s mouth so it can breathe and swallow at the same time is a(n) _____.

  • Reptiles eliminate liquid wastes through their _____.

  • Snakes have organs in the roof of the mouth to aid what sense?


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • Snakes do each of the following to move except: press ventral scales against the ground; place their vestigial limbs on the ground; expand the muscles around their ribs; contract their muscles in waves


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • The reptile that uses a pineal gland to detect changes in the length of day is the ______.

  • What are oviparous reptiles?

  • There is little doubt that the first terrestrial vertebrates were called: ectotherms or endotherms?


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • How do reptiles control their body temperature?

  • Unlike modern birds, Archaeopteryx had _____.

  • In some species of birds, food that is fed to the young is produced in the _____.


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • Why would an endotherm use more food than an ectotherm of the same size?

  • Birds that drink large amounts of sea water will excrete salt from their salt glands located ____.

  • Penguins are birds that have feet and wings reduced to _____.


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • Among the following, birds are least useful in: pollinating flowers; dispersing plant seeds; eating insects; destroying predators

  • During the late Triassic and Jurassic Periods, there was a great adaptive radiation of ____.


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • Eagles and hawks are carnivorous birds that have sharp talons and ______.

  • At the end of the ____ Period, the dinosaurs underwent a great mass extinction.


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • Some biologists think the mass extinction of dinosaurs resulted from the impact of a _____.

  • Animals that lay eggs that develop outside the mother’s body are called _____.


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • When a baby chick is ready to hatch, it makes a small hole in the shell using it’s _____.

  • During a peacock’s breeding season, the ____ attracts the ____ by displaying bright-colored feathers.


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • _____-blooded animals may have a body temperature higher than their surroundings.

  • Are birds that catch prey in sharp talons and pointed beaks likely to be carnivores or herbivores?


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Chapter 32 ReviewReptiles and Birds

  • A birds’s heart pumps oxygen-____ blood to the wings.

  • Some ______ birds use a magnetic sense to navigate.

  • When you eat the “white meat” of a non-flying bird, you are eating muscles that were not used for _____.


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