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Dorsal, hollow nerve cord. Muscle segments. Fig. 34-3. Notochord. Mouth. Anus. Pharyngeal slits or clefts. Muscular, post-anal tail. Cirri. 2 cm. Mouth. Fig. 34-4. Pharyngeal slits. Atrium. Notochord. Digestive tract. Atriopore. Dorsal, hollow nerve cord. Segmental muscles.

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Fig 34 3

Dorsal,

hollow

nerve cord

Muscle

segments

Fig. 34-3

Notochord

Mouth

Anus

Pharyngeal

slits or clefts

Muscular,

post-anal tail


Fig 34 4

Cirri

2 cm

Mouth

Fig. 34-4

Pharyngeal slits

Atrium

Notochord

Digestive tract

Atriopore

Dorsal, hollow

nerve cord

Segmental

muscles

Anus

Tail


Fig 34 5

Incurrent

siphon

to mouth

Water flow

Notochord

Fig. 34-5

Dorsal, hollow

nerve cord

Excurrent

siphon

Tail

Excurrent

siphon

Excurrent

siphon

Atrium

Muscle

segments

Incurrent

siphon

Pharynx

with

slits

Intestine

Anus

Stomach

Intestine

Tunic

Atrium

Esophagus

Pharynx with slits

Stomach

An adult tunicate

A tunicate larva


Fig 34 2

Echinodermata

(sister group to chordates)

Cephalochordata

(lancelets)

ANCESTRAL

DEUTERO-

STOME

Chordates

Urochordata

(tunicates)

Notochord

Myxini

(hagfishes)

Common

ancestor of

chordates

Fig. 34-2

Craniates

Petromyzontida

(lampreys)

Head

Vertebrates

Chondrichthyes

(sharks, rays, chimaeras)

Vertebral column

Actinopterygii

(ray-finned fishes)

Gnathostomes

Jaws, mineralized skeleton

Actinistia

(coelacanths)

Osteichthyans

Lungs or lung derivatives

Lobe-fins

Dipnoi

(lungfishes)

Lobed fins

Amphibia (frogs,

salamanders)

Tetrapods

Reptilia

(turtles, snakes,

crocodiles, birds)

Legs

Amniotes

Amniotic egg

Mammalia

(mammals)

Milk


Fig 34 17

(a) Yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares)

Fig. 34-17

(b) Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris)

(d) Fine-spotted moray eel

(Gymnothorax dovii)

(c) Sea horse (Hippocampus      ramulosus)


Fig 34 21

(a) Order Urodela

Fig. 34-21

(b) Order Anura

(c) Order Apoda


Fig 34 27

(a) Tuatara (Sphenodon punctatus)

Fig. 34-27

(b) Australian thorny devil

lizard (Moloch horridus)

(c) Wagler’s pit viper

(Tropidolaemus wagleri)

(d)Eastern box turtle (Terrapenecarolinacarolina)

(e) American alligator

(Alligator mississippiensis)


Fig 34 30

(a) Emu

Fig. 34-30

(b) Mallards

(c) Laysan albatrosses

(d) Barn swallows


Fig 34 35b

Fig. 34-35b


Fig 34 39

(a) Gibbon

(b) Orangutan

(c) Gorilla

Fig. 34-39

(d) Chimpanzees

(e) Bonobos


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