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Lancelet, Branchiostoma

Lancelet, Branchiostoma

Lancelet, Branchiostoma. Outline. Chordates Non-vertebrate Chordates Vertebrates Fishes Amphibians Reptiles Birds Mammals. Chordates. Phylum Chordata Four Main Characteristics Notochord Nerve Cord Pharyngeal Pouches Tail. Invertebrate Chordates.

By niveditha
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31.1. Echinoderms

31.1. Echinoderms

31.1. Echinoderms. A. Echinoderms Have a Spiny Skin.         1. About 6,000 species of echinoderms are in phylum Echinodermata .         2. Modern echinoderms are all marine.         3. All have an endoskeleton consisting of calcareous plates bearing spines.

By Patman
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Physical and Motor Development

Physical and Motor Development

Physical and Motor Development. Implications for Training Michael Horvat. Physical and Motor Development. Children do not grow at a constant rate and there are individual differences in physical development at any given chronological age

By bess
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Marine Fishes

Marine Fishes

Marine Fishes. Read Chapter 9 Pages 154- 178. Chordates. All chordates have (at least during some period of their life) Dorsal nerve cord Gill slits Notochord Post-anal tail These are the 4 basic characteristics of all chordates. Bridging the gap Chordates w/o backbone. Tunicates

By melva
(115 views)

The parade of the Craniates

The parade of the Craniates

The parade of the Craniates. Part 1. Developmental Neural crest Neurogenic placodes Nervous System Above Braincase (skeletal) Complex sense organs Cranial nerves Tripartite brain. Endocrine system is complex Gut Muscularization Regionalization Differentiated organs Cardiovascular

By fergal
(213 views)

Fish Morphology

Fish Morphology

Fish Morphology. Classification Scheme of the Vertebrates. Phylum Chordata Subphylum Vertebrata Class Agnatha Class Chondrichthyes Class Osteichthyes Class Amphibia Class Reptilia Class Aves Class Mammalia. Chordate Characteristics. Chondrichthyes (370). Placoderm

By parvani
(257 views)

Lancelet, Branchiostoma

Lancelet, Branchiostoma

Lancelet, Branchiostoma. Outline. Chordates Non-vertebrate Chordates Vertebrates Fishes Amphibians Reptiles Birds Mammals. Chordates. Phylum Chordata Four Main Characteristics Notochord Nerve Cord Pharyngeal Pouches Tail. Invertebrate Chordates.

By lani
(274 views)

Foods & Nutrition

Foods & Nutrition

Foods & Nutrition. Looking at Meat, Poultry, and Seafood. Nutrition. Food Guide Pyramid 2-3 servings a day 1 serving = 2-3 oz. Excellent sources of complete protein All provide B vitamins, phosphorus & certain trace minerals Meat & Poultry Iron & Zinc Fish Omega-3 essential fatty acids.

By lorene
(87 views)

The Californian’s Tale

The Californian’s Tale

The Californian’s Tale. Review. Multiple Choice Section. Although the narrator describes the countryside in various ways, his strongest reaction to it can be described as…. Multiple Choice Section. What is unusual about the cottage the narrator visits?. Multiple Choice Section.

By idra
(561 views)

Лекция 1 1

Лекция 1 1

Лекция 1 1. Остеогенез. Функции скелетной системы. Support . Provides structural support for the entire body. A framework for attachment of soft tissues or organs. Protection . Skull around brain and inner ear; ribs, sternum, vertebrae protect organs of thoracic cavity

By franz
(174 views)

Marine Fishes

Marine Fishes

Marine Fishes. Read Chapter 9 Pages 154- 178. Chordates. All chordates have (at least during some period of their life) Dorsal nerve cord Gill slits Notochord Post-anal tail These are the 4 basic characteristics of all chordates. Bridging the gap Chordates w/o backbone. Tunicates

By essien
(620 views)

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
(159 views)

Vertebrate Characteristics

Vertebrate Characteristics

Vertebrate Characteristics . Kingdom Animalia; Phylum Chordata; Subphylum Vertebrata. Chordata Characteristics. Dorsal hollow nerve cord Notochord (“back cord”) Pharyngeal gill slits/arches +/- postanal tail. Subphylum Vertebrata. 500 million years ago; Ordovician Period

By adonai
(204 views)

Gifts 		of the Chordata

Gifts of the Chordata

Gifts of the Chordata. Agnatha Jawless Fish 2 main types Lamprey and hagfish ectothermic - cold blooded, surrounding temperature Closed circulatory system with 2 chambered heart Tooth oral dish Complete cartilaginous skeleton. Chondricthyes Cartilaginous fish

By maida
(125 views)

Osseous Tissue and the Skeletal System

Osseous Tissue and the Skeletal System

Osseous Tissue and the Skeletal System. Functions. Support Storage- minerals and fats Blood cell production- red and white Protection Leverage. Bone Shapes. Long bones- long and slender, ex. Arm, forearm, thigh, and leg

By yahto
(67 views)

Class Osteichthyes

Class Osteichthyes

Class Osteichthyes. “Bony Fish”. Class Osteichthyes. Subphylum Vertebrata. Phylum Chordata. Kingdom Animalia. General Characteristics. The largest (by species) class of vertebrates Over 29,000 known species Bony skeleton of calcium

By stasia
(499 views)

What is inside my body ?

What is inside my body ?

What is inside my body ?. Our body is made up of many different parts, big and small. From the bony skeleton, it is our framework of bones. To the hard working heart pumping bloods around the body. We have many organs. They do their special job for the body.

By tiana
(351 views)

Taxonomy of YOU Review .

Taxonomy of YOU Review .

Taxonomy of YOU Review. Kingdom : Animalia Phylum : Chordata Subphylum : Vertebrata Your Class : Mammalia Cousins Classe s: Agnatha Chondrichthyes Osteichthyes Amphibia Reptilia Aves. Taxonomy of YOU. Kingdom : Animalia Phylum : Chordata. All Subphyla have a common ancestor.

By acton-sparks
(200 views)


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