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Life of the Mesozoic Era

Life of the Mesozoic Era

Chapter 15 . Life of the Mesozoic Era. Mesozoic Life Fascinates . Ever since Sir Richard Owen first used the term dinosaur in 1842, these animals have been the objects of intense curiosity Current interest in dinosaurs was fueled by the movies Jurassic Park and its sequels

By jana
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Fishes

Fishes

Fishes. Chapter 24. Diversity. “Fish” has many usages extending beyond what are actually considered fishes today (e.g., starfish, etc.). Fishes do not form a monophyletic group. In an evolutionary sense, can be defined as all vertebrates that are not tetrapods.

By blue
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Introduction to Vertebrates

Introduction to Vertebrates

Introduction to Vertebrates. Vertebrate Vocabulary Chapters 32 -35 Chordate vertebrate vertebra (712) agnathan (714) ectothermic (724) endothermic (724) primate (731) fish list the major characteristics of these animals amphibian list the major characteristics of these animals

By cira
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Phylum Chordata

Phylum Chordata

Phylum Chordata. Chondrichthyes. Sharks and rays Cartilaginous fishes Ectothermic Denser than water. Osteichthyes. Bony fishes Ectothermic. Osteichthyes. Swim Bladder provides buoyancy Connected to digestive tract in lungfishes. Amphibia. Amphibia. Metamorphosis “Double Life”

By tocho
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Fish Behavior

Fish Behavior

Fish Behavior. Yes, this is a wonky angle. Territoriality. It’s a fun word Most fish are not territorial Those that make territories guard them for food and shelter More common in crowded communities, such as in the coral reef and kelp bed ecosystems

By paxton
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ANATOMI PERBANDINGAN VERTEBRATA

ANATOMI PERBANDINGAN VERTEBRATA

ANATOMI PERBANDINGAN VERTEBRATA. Novi Febrianti. SEKILAS ANATOMI. Anatomi berasal dari bahasa Yunani yang berarti memotong Istilah-istilah anatomi berasal dari bahasa Yunani dan Latin. Cabang – cabang Anatomi :. Microscopic anatomy / Anatomi mikroskopis ( Sitologi , Histologi )

By infinity
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Lecture 6 ANIMAL EVOLUTION: THE VERTEBRATES

Lecture 6 ANIMAL EVOLUTION: THE VERTEBRATES

Lecture 6 ANIMAL EVOLUTION: THE VERTEBRATES. Cartilaginous Fishes. Include species of sharks and rays. Have fins, cartilaginous skeleton & 5-7 gill slits on both sides. Most have scales. Scales: small, bony plates that protect their body surfaces without weighing them down.

By leland
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Unit 9 Chordates

Unit 9 Chordates

Unit 9 Chordates. Ch. 30 Nonvertebrate Chordates, Fishes, & Amphibians. What Is a Chordate?. A chordate is an animal that has, for at least some stage of its life, a dorsal, hollow nerve cord; a notochord; pharyngeal pouches; & a tail that extends beyond the anus. What Is a Chordate?.

By buffy
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Fish

Fish

Fish. Characteristics of Fishes. Vertebrate- Ectotherm(Cold-blooded) Obtains oxygen from the water by gills Has a closed circulatory system THINK!- What is loop by which blood travels? Heart  Gills  Body  Back to the heart Uses fins to move

By essien
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Nonvertebrate Chordates, Fishes, and Amphibians

Nonvertebrate Chordates, Fishes, and Amphibians

Biology I: Chapter 30. Nonvertebrate Chordates, Fishes, and Amphibians. CHORDATES. Chordates. Phylum Chordata Fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals Four key characteristics: 1. Dorsal, hollow nerve cord 2. A notochord 3. Pharyngeal pouches

By mahala
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Introduction to Vertebrates

Introduction to Vertebrates

Introduction to Vertebrates. Vertebrate Vocabulary Chapters 32 -35 Chordate vertebrate vertebra (712) agnathan (714) ectothermic (724) endothermic (724) primate (731) fish list the major characteristics of these animals amphibian list the major characteristics of these animals

By kaspar
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25.2 Cartilaginous Fish

25.2 Cartilaginous Fish

25.2 Cartilaginous Fish. Describe the unique characteristics of fishes. Identify the 2 main classes of fishes. Describe at least 3 adaptations of sharks and of rays. Diversity of Fishes.

By moses
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How to Use This Presentation

How to Use This Presentation

How to Use This Presentation. To View the presentation as a slideshow with effects select “View” on the menu bar and click on “Slide Show.” To advance through the presentation, click the right-arrow key or the space bar.

By dreama
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Marine Vertebrates: Fishes (part 2)

Marine Vertebrates: Fishes (part 2)

Marine Vertebrates: Fishes (part 2). Fishes. Phylum Chordata Subphylum Vertebrata 3 Classes: Class Agnatha (jawless fishes) Class Chondrichthyes (cartilaginous fishes) Class Osteichthyes (bony fishes). Fishes - Anatomy. Cartilaginous fishes: Ventral mouth

By odele
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Phylum Chordata

Phylum Chordata

Phylum Chordata. Chapter 14 - 2 The Fishes. Vertebrata– The Backboned Animals. Characteristics Most numerous & complex of Chordates Classes of Chordates Agnatha , Chondrichthyes , Osteichthyes , Amphibia , Reptilia , Aves, Mammalia Spinal column replaces notochord

By zanta
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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 nishi
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Phylum Chordata

Phylum Chordata

Phylum Chordata. Phylum Chordata - Chordates. Chordates have these features at some point during their life Notochord - A firm, flexible rod of specialized cells that becomes the endoskeleton in vertebrates

By raanan
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Ch 39/40 – Fish/Amphibian

Ch 39/40 – Fish/Amphibian

Ch 39/40 – Fish/Amphibian. A. Agnatha D. Anura B. Condrichtheyes E. Urodela C. Osteichthyes F. Apoda Toad D Caecilian F Bass C. Ch 39/40 – Fish/Amphibian.

By talon
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Cartilaginous Fishes

Cartilaginous Fishes

Cartilaginous Fishes. Cartilaginous fishes ( Chondrichthyes) have a skeleton made not of bone, but of cartilage , which is lighter and more flexible than bone Cartilaginous fishes have well-developed jaws and paired fins for efficient swimming

By belle-parker
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FISHES

FISHES

FISHES. Fishes. All fishes retain four (4) primitive characters: Streamlined body Vertical tail fin Gills for gas exchange Lateral line system, No ears. Fishes. Three traditional vertebrate classes that remain aquatic. Class Bony Fishes Class Cartilaginous Fishes

By brittany-lynch
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