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i)Pisces. By : Eva Adriana Muller. Pisces. The name comes from the latin plural for fish There are currently 32 000 speices of pisces. Characteristics. Kingdom of animalia Fish have eukaryotic cells The cells have cell membranes Fish cells have small vaculose

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i pisces

i)Pisces

By: Eva Adriana Muller

pisces
Pisces
  • Thename comes fromthelatin plural forfish
  • There are currently 32 000 speices of pisces
characteristics
Characteristics
  • Kingdom of animalia
  • Fishhaveeukaryoticcells
  • Thecellshavecellmembranes
  • Fishcellshavesmallvaculose
  • Cells do have a nucleus
  • Theyhaveprokaryoticcells
  • All the species of the fish found in the world are classified into the following three groups:
    • Agnatha - jawless fish
    • Chrondrichthyes - cartilaginous fish
    • Osteichthyes - bony fis,Ray finned group, Lobe finned group
    • They have guills
fossil record
Fossil record
  • The first fish and the first vertebrates, were the ostracoderms, which appeared in the Cambrian Period, about 510 million years ago.
  • Ostracoderms were jawless fishes found mainly in fresh water. They were covered with a bony armor or scales and were often less than 30 cm (1 ft) long
reproduction
Reproduction
  • Pisces reproduce sexually
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LIFE
  • A Fish’slifecycle
    • A fishs’ lifestarts as anegg
    • Thengrowsfor 1-2 years
    • Thenenterstheocean
    • There he growstomaturity
    • Thenthefishheadstosprawningareas
    • Thefishchangeform
    • Theydiposittheeggs and die

(a fish has a lifeexpentancy of about 5-100 yearsolddependingonthespeicie)

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