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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy. Making Babies. Have a heart. Feed me. It takes Brains. You got Class!. All Things

By Donna
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Phylum Chordata

Phylum Chordata

Phylum Chordata. Deuterostome development Dorsal hollow nerve cord from ectoderm Notochord Stiff rod between nerve cord & intestine Support for muscular movements Pharyngeal gill slits Slits allow water to escape before stomach Post-anal tail. Phylum Chordata. Subphylum Urochordata

By arleen
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Vertebrates: Part I

Vertebrates: Part I

Vertebrates: Part I. Fishes & Amphibians. Fishes. Live in freshwater or saltwater Bone or cartilage protects brain & spinal cord Gills for respiration Mostly external fertilization. Classes of Fishes. Agnatha (Jawless Fish) Lampreys Chondrichthyes (Cartilaginous Fish) Sharks, rays

By Patman
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4-27-06 Chapter 34 Pages 671-700

4-27-06 Chapter 34 Pages 671-700

4-27-06 Chapter 34 Pages 671-700. Vertebrates. Overview: Half a Billion Years of Backbones. By the end of the Cambrian period, some 540 million years ago a n astonishing variety of animals inhabited Earth’s oceans

By malha
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Marine Fishes

Marine Fishes

Marine Fishes. Marine Fish. Fresh and saltwater fishes constitute about ½ of all vertebrate species There are three classes of marine fish. Class Agnatha. Agnathans are jawless fish.

By lorenzo
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Chapter 13

Chapter 13

Chapter 13. Classification of Marine Organism. Meet the Players:. Classification of Marine Organisms All organisms on the Earth are classified into one of 5 kingdoms . . The kingdoms are divided into Phyla (singular is phylum ) or Divisions (for the Kingdom Plantae).

By shoushan
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Chapter 23

Chapter 23

Chapter 23. The Vertebrates. 23.1 Chordate Heritage 23.2 Vertebrates 23.3 Fishes 23.4 Amphibians 23.5 Vanishing 23.6 Amniotes Intro. 23.7 Herptile (Reptiles) 23.8 Aves (Birds) 23.9 Mammals 23.10 Primates 23.11 TBA 23.12 TBA. Chapter 23 Outline.

By trevet
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Origin and Diversification of the Vertebrates

Origin and Diversification of the Vertebrates

Origin and Diversification of the Vertebrates. Who are the living vertebrates? - Jawless fish: hagfish and lamprey - Fish with jaws & cartilage skeletons: sharks and rays - Fish with jaws & bony skeletons: all other fish (tuna, flounder, bass, etc.)

By Anita
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Ichthyes: The Fish

Ichthyes: The Fish

Ichthyes: The Fish. What is a Fish? Aquatic vertebrate, usually with paired fins, scales and gills. -fins for movement -scales for protection -gills for respiration -Very diverse group composed of many classes of fish. -. Evolution of Fish -Fish were the first vertebrates

By hila
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Vertebrates: Part I

Vertebrates: Part I

Vertebrates: Part I. Fishes & Amphibians. Fishes. Live in freshwater or saltwater Bone or cartilage protects brain & spinal cord Gills for respiration Mostly external fertilization. Classes of Fishes. Agnatha (Jawless Fish) Lampreys Chondrichthyes (Cartilaginous Fish) Sharks, rays

By ada
(120 views)

Diversity of Living Things

Diversity of Living Things

Diversity of Living Things. Ch 4.3. Characteristics of ALL LIVING THINGS. Made up of cells Grow and develop Species evolve adaptations to environment Use energy and produce waste Reproduce Respond to stimulus Cellular organization Cells, tissues, organs, systems, organism.

By keelty
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Fish

Fish

Fish. Baylee Riley Hannah Wilkinson Jadon Graham Dana Martin Madison Freemon. Different types of Fish!. Bony Fish Jawless Fish Cartlinaginous. Angel fish Barb Clown fish Neon Tetra Cat fish Shark Gold fish Trout Fish Minnow Pike Bleak Dane Shiner Guppy.

By marli
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the Animal kingdom

the Animal kingdom

the Animal kingdom. A Summary of Chapters 26-34. What is an animal?. Kingdom Animalia Multicellular Eukaryotic Heterotrophs No cell walls. Animal Evolution. Complex animals High levels of cell specialization Internal body organization Bilateral symmetry Cephalization Body cavity.

By waldo
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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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Phylum Chordata

Phylum Chordata

Phylum Chordata. Phylum Chordata. Includes 5 Classes Fish Amphibians Reptiles Birds Mammals. Fish. Habitat : nearly every aquatic environment Respiration : use gills to breathe Circulation : 2 chambered heart Reproduction : sexual (mostly external)

By hayden
(599 views)

Geologic Time Scale Summary

Geologic Time Scale Summary

Geologic Time Scale Summary. Precambrian - Cenezoic 4.6 Billion Years - Today. Learning Targets. Become familiar with the Geologic Time periods Learn the major events that happened in each period. Precambrian. 4.6 billion years ago - about 550 million years ago (formation of Earth)

By bette
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Diversity of Living Things Chapter 5: Vertebrate Animals

Diversity of Living Things Chapter 5: Vertebrate Animals

Diversity of Living Things Chapter 5: Vertebrate Animals . Sections 5.1-5.2. Vertebrate Animals 5.1. A vertebrate is any animal with a backbone All vertebrates have organ systems such as muscles, a digestive system, and a circulatory system

By betty
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Unit 8c- Chapter 18 (7 th Grade) Vertebrate Animals

Unit 8c- Chapter 18 (7 th Grade) Vertebrate Animals

Unit 8c- Chapter 18 (7 th Grade) Vertebrate Animals. Section 1: What is a Chordate? Bony Fish and Sharks. What is a Vertebrate Animal?. Any animal with a backbone is considered a Vertebrate There are 5 groups of vertebrates. These include Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals.

By dermot
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Vertebrate Groups

Vertebrate Groups

Vertebrate Groups. Kyle & Shelee. Bony Fish. Bony fish are the largest of all vertebrate classes. Their skeletons are made of bone, and they are covered in scales. Tuna and goldfish are bony fish. Jawless Fish. Jawless fish have boneless mouths. The mouth acts like a suction cup.

By jetta
(150 views)

Homework

Homework

Homework. Page 765 write out summarizing the key concepts sections 1,2,3. Character Education. Fish are the first vertebrates on Earth, man is the last. Objectives. List the characteristics of Fish Describe the 3 main groups of fishes List the characteristics of Phylum Amphibia

By hiroko
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