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Classification

Classification

Classification. TAXONOMY. Carolus von Linneaus mid-1700’s. Determined levels of classification Binomial Nomenclature. Levels of Classification:. Kingdom – largest group Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species – smallest group. Classification of the house cat.

By Angelica
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IB-202-7 5-29-06

IB-202-7 5-29-06

IB-202-7 5-29-06. The Amniotes. Amniotes also have other terrestrial adaptations Such as relatively impermeable skin and the ability to use the rib cage to ventilate the lungs Amphibians pump up their lungs by “gulping” air. Also much gas exchange through the moist skin. Early Amniotes.

By neveah
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Introduction to Mammals

Introduction to Mammals

Introduction to Mammals. Endotherms Hair or Fur Feed Young with Milk. Phylogeny. Separated into three groups Prototheria (before gestation) – egg laying mammals Metatheria (middle gestation) – pouched mammals Eutheria (true gestation) – live birth from uterus. Milk.

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Classification

Classification

Classification. TAXONOMY. Carolus von Linneaus mid-1700’s. Determined levels of classification Binomial Nomenclature. Levels of Classification:. Kingdom – largest group Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species – smallest group. Classification of the house cat.

By lotus
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Evolution of animals Heterotrophs- obtain their food from the 	environment Multicellular (single-celled “animals” 	are p

Evolution of animals Heterotrophs- obtain their food from the environment Multicellular (single-celled “animals” are p

Evolution of animals Heterotrophs- obtain their food from the environment Multicellular (single-celled “animals” are protists) Movement Cells have no walls and are organized in tissue. Sexual reproduction Sperm and eggs function as gametes; do not develop on their own

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Evolution of animals Heterotrophs- obtain their food from the 	environment Multicellular (single-celled “animals” 	are p

Evolution of animals Heterotrophs- obtain their food from the environment Multicellular (single-celled “animals” are p

Evolution of animals Heterotrophs- obtain their food from the environment Multicellular (single-celled “animals” are protists) Movement Cells have no walls and are organized in tissue. Sexual reproduction Sperm and eggs function as gametes; do not develop on their own

By berny
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EVIDENCE FOR EVOLUTION

EVIDENCE FOR EVOLUTION

EVIDENCE FOR EVOLUTION. Fossils. GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION. Example: Many pouched mammals (marsupials) in Australia Few placental mammals ( deer, squirrels). SIMILARITIES IN STRUCTURE. Homologous structures. VESTIGIAL STRUCTURES. SIMILARITIES IN DEVELOPMENT. Similar development

By kelli
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Lecture 6 ANIMAL EVOLUTION: THE VERTEBRATES

Lecture 6 ANIMAL EVOLUTION: THE VERTEBRATES

Lecture 6 ANIMAL EVOLUTION: THE VERTEBRATES. Three Lineages of Mammals. (monotremes) egg-laying mammals (marsupials) the pouched mammals (eutherians) placental mammals. Monotremes : . The only egg-laying mammals

By nura
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Phylogeny of Mammals

Phylogeny of Mammals

Phylogeny of Mammals . Meghan Maraia. Mammals Vs. Synapsids . Specialized Teeth Diverse morphologies of jaws/ear bones Limbs positioned under body Enlarged brain 2-3-3-3-3 digit bones. Homogenous teeth Limbs out to side 2-3-4-5-3 digit bones. Basic Cladogram. Monotremata

By terrel
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Mammals

Mammals

Mammals. How do Mammals adapt to their environment?. Characteristics:. Characteristics:. Endothermic. Characteristics:. Endothermic All have hair or fur. Characteristics:. Endothermic All have hair or fur Feed their young milk. Characteristics:. Endothermic All have hair or fur

By kyria
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Mammals – Part I

Mammals – Part I

VERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY (VZ Lecture29 – Spring 2012 Althoff - reference PJH Chapter 18). Mammals – Part I. Bill Horn. Mammals are… space-age reptiles. THEY ______ & _______ FASTER!!!!. Origins of Mammals. Have to think “synapsids” first….

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