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Deutrostomia

Deutrostomia

Deutrostomia. PHYLUM: CHORDATA. This phylum includes the vertebrates, the hagfish, the tunicates, lancelets and maybe a few extinct groups World wide distribution in aquatic and terrestrial habitats

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2 pt

2 pt

Metamorphosis . Classification . Vocabulary. Vertebrate Or Invertebrate. Name An Animal. 1pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1pt. 1 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2pt. 2pt. 2 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 5pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt.

By LeeJohn
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The Deuterostomes

The Deuterostomes

The Deuterostomes. Origin of vertebrates And the evolution of “fish”. Chordates (including vertebrates) and Echinoderms. Basic deuterostome characteristics (vs Protostome) Radial vs spiral clevage Mesoderm formation 2 nd opening into gastrula = mouth not first.

By infinity
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Animal Physiology:

Animal Physiology:

Animal Physiology:. How Do Organisms Respond to Change?. What Are The Underlying Principles of Physiology?. Cells of multicellular organisms are hierarchically arranged Multicellular organisms are more than the sum of their parts

By merritt
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CHORDATA (an organism who has or had a notochord at least once in their life)

CHORDATA (an organism who has or had a notochord at least once in their life)

VERTEBRATES. CHORDATA (an organism who has or had a notochord at least once in their life). FISH. Ectothermic – body temperature is controlled by the outside environment Gills Fins Scales. FISH. Three classes: JAWLESS FISH Notochord (underdeveloped spine) No jaws

By lirit
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Warm Up

Warm Up

Warm Up . Match the following animals with their correct animal group: Animals: snake, squirrel, toad, eagle, rockfish Phylum: amphibian, bird, fish, mammal, reptile. Vertebrates. Vertebrates are animals with a backbone Body temperature

By cree
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Unit 11 Marine Vertebrates

Unit 11 Marine Vertebrates

Unit 11 Marine Vertebrates. Pages 5-66 to 5-88. 11.01 : Characteristics of Phylum Chordata and sub-Phylum Vertebrata:. pharyngeal (gill) slits vertebrae dorsal hollow nerve cord cephalization increased sensory abilities post-anal tail dominate top of food webs notochord.

By lirit
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Deuterostomes

Deuterostomes

Deuterostomes. Phylum Echinodermata. Water vascular system. Starfish moving view from aboral surface Starfish moving view from oral surface. Note bilateral larvae!. Phylum Chordata. Pharyngeal gill slits Dorsal hollow nerve cord Notochord Muscular, post-anal tail. Phylum Chordata.

By kiley
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Unit 5 Notes

Unit 5 Notes

Unit 5 Notes. Kingdom Animalia. Animal Characteristics: Animals are complex and multi-cellular Most animals can move Animals are heterotrophs (consumers): Herbivores (eat plants) Carnivores (eat meat) Omnivores (eat both) Most animals reproduce sexually

By ashley
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Animal Phyla

Animal Phyla

Animal Phyla. Simple invertebrates, Protostomes , and Deuterostomes. Simple Invertebrates. Ex. Sea sponges. Simple Invertebrates. Porifera (“pores”) No nerves Flagellated cells create flow of water (with food particles that are taken in by cells) ~ in through pores, out through top

By ulric
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Sand Tiger Shark

Sand Tiger Shark

Sand Tiger Shark. Sand Tigers Interaction with Humans. People associate the sand tigers with having a vicious demeanor because their teeth protrude from their mouths when their jaws are closed, but they are generally not a threat to humans. A Sand Tigers Diet.

By tanika
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Chondrichthyes

Chondrichthyes

Chondrichthyes . Chondrichthyes or cartilaginous fishes are jawed fish with: 1)paired fins 2) paired nares 3) scales 4) two-chambered hearts 5) skeletons made of cartilage rather than bone. The class is divided into two subclasses: 1) Elasmobranchii (sharks, rays and skates)

By sunee
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Arthropoda

Arthropoda

Arthropoda. Arachnida. Insecta & Crustacea. Chordates. Chondrichthyes. Osteichthyes. Arthropods. Arachnida. Insecta & Crustacea. Chrodates. Chondrichthyes. Osteichtyes. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300.

By dante
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Review

Review

Review. Lampreys are a. autotrophs. c. parasites. b. mutualistic organisms. d. amphibians. The swim bladder a. stores air for breathing. c. is found in all amphibians. b. contains antibodies. d. allows fishes to become more buoyant.

By zack
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Nitrogen Excretion

Nitrogen Excretion

Nitrogen Excretion. Nitrogen excretion is necessary due to amino acid breakdown. Ammonia. Excreted as NH 3 or NH 4 + NH 3 passively diffuses NH 4 + needs transporters Most fish, simple invertebrates, molluscs, sharks (live in water) Expends little energy. Uric Acid. Highly concentrated

By dawson
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Title

Title

Title. The Operculum Movement O f A Bony Fish On Different Conditions of Water. Introduction. The operculum of a bony fish is the hard bony flap covering and protecting the gills. In most fish, the rear edge of the operculum roughly marks the division between the head and the body.

By paco
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Bony Fish

Bony Fish

Bony Fish. Chapter 12.3-12.4. Bony Fish. Phylum Cordata Class Osteichthyes About 95% of all the fish on Earth belong to this Class. Bony fish are vertebrates and their backbone is composed of individual bones called vertebrae. Fish Parts. Lateral Line Organ. Dorsal Fin. Swim Bladder.

By liza
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Ichthyology – “fish study” Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Subphylum: Vertebrata

Ichthyology – “fish study” Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Subphylum: Vertebrata

Ichthyology – “fish study” Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Subphylum: Vertebrata Class: Osteichthyes “bony fish”. Traits of Bony Fish Bony skeleton. Traits of Bony Fish Bony skeleton Scales. Traits of Bony Fish Bony skeleton Scales Gills (with operculum). Traits of Bony Fish

By morse
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Animal Evolution & Diversity

Animal Evolution & Diversity

Animal Evolution & Diversity . Chapter 26. Nonchordate Invertebrates. Sponges. Cnidarians. Phyla- Porifera (have pores) Multicellular Heterotrophic No cell walls Few specialized cells Clade - Meazoa. Phyla- Cnidaria Include: Jellyfishes, sea fans, sea anemones, hydras, corals

By rumer
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Fish

Fish

Fish. The 3 Types of Fish. The 3 Types of Fish. What is a fish? Fishies are not just for dinner, sometimes they are good for LUNCH too!!! Just kidding! But seriously, they are. Fish are vertebrates. Fish breathe through gills. breathing Most fish have scales. 3 Types of Fish.

By hilda
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