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How to Cold-Read a Fish

How to Cold-Read a Fish

How to Cold-Read a Fish. Vertebrates Backbone CNS with brain Bilateral symmetry Sexual reproduction. Fishes have: Jaws Gills Paired fins Scales (usually) Cold-blood (almost always). What is a fish, anyway?. Fish vs. Fishes. How to memorize 25,000 fish…. Don’t memorize…read them

By daniel_millan
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Lecture #8 Intro.

Lecture #8 Intro.

Lecture #8 Intro. Sensory Receptors 1) Types Chemoreceptors (smell, taste) Mechanoreceptors (touch, hearing, balance) Photoreceptors (vision) Electroreceptors Thermoreceptors Magnetoreceptors

By rex
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Answer the following…

Answer the following…

Answer the following…. Compare and contrast jawless fish to Cartilaginous fish Organisms that use external fertilization usually produce more eggs at one time than organisms that use internal fertilization. What might explain this difference

By willem
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UNIT 3

UNIT 3

UNIT 3. The interaction function. EXAMPLES OF SENSE ORGANS. Natural Science 2. Secondary Education. UNIT 3. Examples of sense organs. SENSE ORGANS. PHOTORECEPTOR ORGANS. CHEMORECEPTOR ORGANS. MECHANORECEPTOR ORGANS. Click on each box to find out more.

By tariq
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3.1 –Reproduction, senses and communication 3.2 – Reproduction, senses and communication

3.1 –Reproduction, senses and communication 3.2 – Reproduction, senses and communication

Week 3. 3.1 –Reproduction, senses and communication 3.2 – Reproduction, senses and communication. Chapter 20-21-22: Sensory Biology. Fish Eye. A fish’s view through the water surface. Specialized eye placements. Anableps. Periophthalmus. No eyes. Third eye.

By gabby
(136 views)

Anguillidae (eels)

Anguillidae (eels)

Anguillidae (eels). Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. Eel-like body (long, slender) Terminal mouth; jaws Small opercle Small scales; smooth skin Long dorsal fin continuous with caudal, anal fins; no pelvic fin Homocercal caudal fin. American eel ( Anguilla rostrata ) ). Anguillidae.

By algernon
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Creature Feature

Creature Feature

Creature Feature. Box Jellies. Box Jellies . Phylum Cnidaria; Class Cubozoa (box jellies) Best known for their extremely powerful venom Highest risk period for the box jellyfish is between October to May. Abundant in the warm waters of northern Australia and Indo-Pacific

By eugene
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Caribbean Tropical Fish 4-04-10

Caribbean Tropical Fish 4-04-10

Caribbean Tropical Fish 4-04-10. Four-eyed Fish, Anableps. Trinidad November 2009 Photo by Eliana Ardila. Anableps skim the surface and their eyes see above and below. Queen Angelfish. French Angelfish. Gray Angelfish. Rock Beauty. Barracuda.

By guido
(135 views)

Fish…our friends in the water

Fish…our friends in the water

Fish…our friends in the water. Porcupine Fish. Great White Shark. 20,000 species Found in all types of water i.e: Fresh, salt, sunless, polluted, warm, cold, etc. Ectothermic. External features Paired fins Scales (protection). Characteristics of Fish. Respiration. Respire using gills

By rad
(102 views)

Unit 11 Marine Vertebrates

Unit 11 Marine Vertebrates

Unit 11 Marine Vertebrates. Pages 5-66 to 5-88. 11.01 : Characteristics of Phylum Chordata and sub-Phylum Vertebrata:. pharyngeal (gill) slits vertebrae dorsal hollow nerve cord cephalization increased sensory abilities post-anal tail dominate top of food webs notochord.

By lirit
(161 views)

Ichthyology- The scientific study of fishes

Ichthyology- The scientific study of fishes

Ichthyology- The scientific study of fishes. Mr. Safford Biological Science. http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNlQzE5QVoo&feature=related Pre-video work Fishes???. Not plural for fish, that is just fish. What does fishes identify ?. Ichthyology Definitions. Maxilla- Pre-maxilla-

By jeanne
(477 views)

3 classes of FISH

3 classes of FISH

3 classes of FISH. 5 th Grade. There are 3 main classes of fishes. Can you guess the 3? . 1) Bony Fish 2) Cartilaginous Fish 3) Jawless Fish. 3 Classes of Fishes. What is a Bony fish? . Bony Fish: . Has a skeleton made from bone Have scales Single pair of gill openings Swim bladder

By hilde
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Ichthyology – “fish study” Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Subphylum: Vertebrata

Ichthyology – “fish study” Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Subphylum: Vertebrata

Ichthyology – “fish study” Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Subphylum: Vertebrata Class: Osteichthyes “bony fish”. Traits of Bony Fish Bony skeleton. Traits of Bony Fish Bony skeleton Scales. Traits of Bony Fish Bony skeleton Scales Gills (with operculum). Traits of Bony Fish

By morse
(159 views)

Phylum Chordata

Phylum Chordata

Phylum Chordata. *Notochord, pharyngeal slits, dorsal tubular nerve chord, and postanal tail are all present at some point in the organism’s life span. Notochord - Rod-like, supportive structure that runs along dorsal midline

By mio
(93 views)

External Structures of Dog Fish Shark

External Structures of Dog Fish Shark

External Structures of Dog Fish Shark. Ms. Hays – Spring 2014. External Nares (Nostrils). Pair of openings on each side of the head cranial from the eyes Taken up into the smaller of the two openings and expelled through the larger openings

By nia
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EXTERNAL ANATOMY

EXTERNAL ANATOMY

EXTERNAL ANATOMY. SPINY DORSAL FIN. SOFT DORSAL FIN. PENDUCLE. LATERAL LINE. NOSTRILS. EYE. M OUTH. VENT. ANAL FIN. SCALES. PECTORAL FIN. OPERCULUM (GILL COVER). CAUDAL/TAIL FIN. PELVIC FIN. INTERNAL ANATOMY. SWIM BLADDER. SPINAL AND SPINAL CORD. KIDNEY. MUSCLES. BRAIN. GILL.

By nizana
(167 views)

SAVING SPECIES: LARGEMOUTH BASS Micropterus salmoides

SAVING SPECIES: LARGEMOUTH BASS Micropterus salmoides

WHAT EATS THEM? EAGLES NORTHERN PIKE. WHAT DO THEY EAT? SMALLER FISH SUCH AS BLUEGILLS CRAWFISH. SAVING SPECIES: LARGEMOUTH BASS Micropterus salmoides. WHY SHOULD WE SAVE THEM?

By chibale
(129 views)

Ulua(Giant Trevally)

Ulua(Giant Trevally)

Ulua(Giant Trevally). By: Tyler T. Names. Japanese: Ronin-Aji Hawaiian: Ulua Scientific: Caranx Ingnobilis English: Giant Trevally. Diet. Octopus, Lobster, Crab, Baitfish, Eels, about anything that can fit in their mouth. More pictures of prey. Habitat.

By helki
(144 views)

Welcome

Welcome

Welcome. to Marine Biology. Jeopardy!. markedamon@hotmail.com. A. Mater Dei. Presentation. Directions: Scroll through the presentation and enter the answers (which are really the questions) and the questions (which are really the answers). Enter in the categories on the main game boards.

By alain
(121 views)

Lamprey

Lamprey

Lamprey. Suanet Negron Verenice Ochoa Paulo Rivera Jonathan Adair. Classification Of Lamprey. Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata Class Cephalaspidomorphi Order Petromyzontiformes Family Petromyzonidae Genus Petromyzon Species Marinus

By jesus
(383 views)

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