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For each class, know the following: Example Endotherm / Ectotherm What chambered heart Characteristics of Study notes, vertebrate chart, and labs. All “animals” possess three characteristics in common; which of the following is NOT on of those characteristics: a All are heterotrophic

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For each class, know the following:
    • Example
    • Endotherm/ Ectotherm
    • What chambered heart
    • Characteristics of
  • Study notes, vertebrate chart, and labs
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All “animals” possess three characteristics in common; which of the following is NOT on of those characteristics:
  • a All are heterotrophic
  • b All are motile at some point in their life
  • c. all are multicellular
  • d. all possess bilateral symmetry
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A ____________ is a body cavity
  • aPseudopod
  • bCoelom
  • c Ectoderm
  • dNephridia
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All of the following are characteristics of chordates except:
  • a Gill Slits
  • b Lungs
  • c Nerve Cord
  • d Notochord
true or false
True or False
  • The three phylums of chordates are Urochordates, Cephalochordates, and Vertebrates.
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True
  • The three phylums of chordates are Urochordates, Cephalochordates, and Vertebrates.
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A tunicate is a:
  • aUrochordate
  • b Cephalochordate
  • c Vertebrate
  • d Amphibian
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The urochordates only contain what characteristic throughout their life:
  • A Notochord
  • B Dorsal nerve cord
  • C Gill slits
  • D Postanal Tail
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The urochordates only contain what characteristic throughout their life:
  • C Gill slits
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Chordates with a head are called:
  • aUrochordate
  • bArthropoda
  • c Cephalochordate
  • d Echinoderm
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The Cephalochordates retain which of the following characteristics:
  • A Notochord
  • B Dorsal nerve cord
  • C Gill slits
  • D Postanal Tail
  • E All of the above
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The Cephalochordates retain which of the following characteristics:
  • E All of the above
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The _________ of a vertebrate become the throat and ears.
  • A Notochord
  • B Dorsal nerve cord
  • C Gill slits
  • D Postanal Tail
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All of the following are fish except:
  • aAgnatha
  • bChondrichthyes
  • c Osteichytes
  • d Lancelets
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The “bones” of our backbone are called ________________?
  • a Vertebrae
  • b Rubber
  • c Cartilage
  • d Spiracles
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What is the largest subphylum of all chordates?
  • aUrochordates
  • b Cephalochordates
  • c Vertebrates
  • dVertabralcordates
true or false1
True or False
  • The 7 classes of Urochordates are:
  • Agnatha
  • Chondrichthyes
  • Osteichtyes
  • Amphibia
  • Reptilia
  • Aves
  • Mammalia
false
False
  • The 7 classes of Urochordates are:
  • Agnatha
  • Chondrichthyes
  • Osteichtyes
  • Amphibia
  • Reptilia
  • Aves
  • Mammalia
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The skeleton of a shark is made up of:
  • a Bone
  • b Fluid
  • c Cartilage
  • dPlacoids
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The function of the _______________ is to increase the surface area of the intestine of a shark.
  • a Spiral valve
  • bEctotherm
  • c Operculum
  • d gill rakers
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The function of the _______________ is to cover and protect the gills.
  • a Spiral valve
  • bEctotherm
  • c Operculum
  • d gill rakers
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The function of the gill filaments is to:
  • a Filter out the food
  • b Absorb oxygen
  • c Digestion
  • d breathe on land
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The function of the _______________ is to hold air; allowing the fish to move up and down.
  • a Swim bladder
  • b Caudal Fin
  • c Operculum
  • d gill rakers
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Animals that must live part of their lives in water and part on land is:
  • a amphibian
  • b Reptiles
  • c Aves
  • d Mammals
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These animals have moist, smooth skin:
  • a Reptiles
  • b Amphibians
  • c Arthropods
  • dOsteiochthyes
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All of the following are true for Aves except:
  • A Hollow Bones
  • BEndotherm
  • C Have a 3 chambered heart
  • D Have a cloaca
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Amphibians supplement lung breathing by:
  • A Having larger hearts
  • B Having Tracheids
  • C Having external lungs
  • D Diffusing oxygen through skin
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The intestines are held in place by a tough membrane called the:
  • AMeniges
  • B Tympanum
  • C Coelem
  • D Mesentery
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Blood that has picked up oxygen in the lungs enters the:
  • A Left ventricle
  • B Left atria
  • C Right ventricle
  • D Right atria
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The class Mammalia consists of vertebrates that:
  • A Nurse their young with milk
  • B Have body hair
  • C Have internal development
  • D All of the above
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An example of a monotreme is:
  • A Kangaroo
  • B Mouse
  • C Echidna
  • D Koala
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An example of a placental animal is:
  • A Kangaroo
  • B Mouse
  • C Echidna
  • D Koala
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An example of a maruspialis:
  • A Kangaroo
  • B Mouse
  • C Echidna
  • D Koala
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