Biology Mr. Galloway. Chapters 41-45 Vertebrate Animals. Recommended Websites: www.soulcare.org www.icr.org www.AnswersInGenesis.org. What is a Vertebrate?. Not an animal experiment. Major Vertebrate Classes and Orders of the Class Mammalia:By MartaAdara
Ch 36 Musculoskeletal System . AP lecture. Three vertebrate muscles. Skeletal A.k.a striated Voluntary movements . Cardiac Involuntary Beating of the heart Appears striated because of myosin and actin Smaller than skeletal Cells attached by gap junctions . Smooth InvoluntaryBy Anita
Protection, Support, and Movement. Chapter 39. KEY CONCEPTS. Many structures and processes have evolved in animals for protection, support, and movement. Learning Objective 1. Compare the functions of the external epithelium of invertebrates and vertebrates. Epithelial Tissue.By keith-jensen
Protection, Support, and Movement. Chapter 39. KEY CONCEPTS. Many structures and processes have evolved in animals for protection, support, and movement. Learning Objective 1. Compare the functions of the external epithelium of invertebrates and vertebrates. Epithelial Tissue.By gmanuel
Support & movement in animals (I). Movement is dependent on precise interaction among three organ systems ???. Nervous system issues commands to muscular system Muscular system exerts force that makes the animal moveBy tstein
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The Vertebrate Skeleton. A vertebrate skeleton is divided into an axial and appendicular skeleton. The axial skeleton protects the organs of the head, neck and chest. The appendicular skeleton includes the bones of the limbs . . The axial skeleton consists of the 80 bones
Vertebrate Taxonomy. Phylum Chordata. Several classes of fish Jawless fishes Sharks and rays Bony fish Class Amphibia (frogs, toads, salamanders) Class Testudines (turtles, tortoises) Class Lepidosauromorpha (snakes, lizards) Class Crocodilia (alligators, crocodiles)
Vertebrate Groups. Vertebrata. More complex animals Most have a backbone made up of individual bones called vertebrae From simplest to most complex , the phylum includes: fish , amphibians , reptiles , birds , and mammals. Vertebrate Backbone. Vertebrata.
Vertebrate Origins. Vertebrates are but a single subphylum within the chordates. What defines a chordate? Notochord at some stage of development. Dorsal hollow nerve cord. Pharyngeal gill slits present at some stage of development
Vertebrate Evolution. Vertebrate Evolution Steps. Vertebral column Jaws, paired appendages (fins), bony skeletons Lungs Legs Amniotic Egg. Hagfishes. Agnathans : hagfishes and lampreys eel-like in shape
Vertebrate Animals. (The Animals You’re Most Familiar With). Vertebrate Animals. Phylum: Chordata. Phylum: Chordata. Notochord Supportive Longitudinal Rod (becomes a backbone in most Vertebrates) Dorsal Hollow Nerve Cord Creasted from ectoderm infolding Pharyngeal Gill Slits
Skeleton . 1st time at the Olympics. In St. Moritz in 1928 and 1948. However, skeleton was not adopted as an Olympic discipline until the 2002 in Salt Lake City Olympic games . Different events at Sochi . One event competitions on Thursday February 13th.
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Skeleton. Skeleton is a winter sport in which an athlete races head first down an icy course while lying flat on a sled. The sled is also called a skeleton.
Skeleton. ENDO SKELITON. To know that humans and some other animals have bony skeletons inside their bodies. Know that humans and some other animals have bony skeletons inside their body. To understand the role of both kinds of skeletons. To recognise the main parts of these skeletons.