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  1. Dissection

  2. Mammal Groups

  3. General Characteristics

  4. Primates

  5. Adaptations

  6. Miscellaneous

  7. Dissection Mammal Groups General Characteristics Primates Adaptations Misc. $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  8. X What is the function of the organ labeled x?

  9. Diaphragm: Expands and contracts the thoracic cavity; helps to breathe

  10. X What is the organ labeled x?

  11. Left Lung

  12. x What is the organ labeled x?

  13. Trachea or esophagus

  14. x What is the organ labeled x?

  15. Spleen

  16. x What is the organ labeled x?

  17. Large Intestine/Colon

  18. Manatees, Dugongs

  19. Sirenians

  20. Which of the following is not a monotreme: Platypus Echinda Spiny Ant Eater Bandicoot

  21. Bandicoot

  22. Daily Double!!

  23. Most diverse group of mammals • Give an example of a member of that group

  24. Rodenta Rats, mice, voles, squirrels, beavers

  25. What group does this mammal belong in?

  26. Xenarthran

  27. Name the group. Give one unique characteristic of group.

  28. Chiropteran Winged mammal, only mammal that can fly

  29. Protection from environmental factors

  30. Hair/fur

  31. Groups of organisms that have a four-chambered heart

  32. Birds, reptiles and mammals

  33. Most mammals use this type of fertilization

  34. Internal fertilization

  35. Difference in jaws between reptiles and mammals

  36. Jaws in reptiles are not fused; Mammals are

  37. List three things about mammals that are not found on other previously studied organisms

  38. Placenta, hair, mammary gland, well developed brains, extensive parental care

  39. The diets of early primates consisted of these types of organisms

  40. Insects

  41. Eyes close together in front of face allows for what type of vision?

  42. Binocular vision

  43. Which suborder does this primate come from?

  44. Prosimian (pre monkeys)

  45. Old world monkey New world monkey Hominid

  46. Old World Monkey

  47. Discovered in 1974 in East Africa (Give genus and species)

  48. Lucy (Australopithecus afarensis)

  49. Ability to walk up-right