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  1. Fishes Review Game

  2. Part 1

  3. True/FalseFishesare the most abundant vertebrates, 1/2 of all vertebrates are fishes.

  4. True/FalseAll fishes have a 3-chambered heart.

  5. True/FalseAll fishes are endothermic.

  6. True/FalseSharks are the most primitive fishes alive today.

  7. True/FalseAll sharks must swim continuously.

  8. True/FalseFishes use their nostrils to help them breathe.

  9. What category of fishes do eels belong to? bony fishes jawless fishes cartilaginous fishes none of these

  10. Which type of jawless fish is more aggressive at feeding? a. hagfish c. slime eels b. lamprey d. none of these

  11. Cartilaginous fishes have their mouths located... a. anteriorly c. posteriorly b. dorsally d. ventrally

  12. Which of the following is the only cartilaginous fish to have a flap of skin covering the gill slits? a. sharks c. skates b. rays d. ratfishes

  13. Choose the correct path food takes through the fish. mouth - esophagus - pharynx - stomach - intestine - anus mouth - esophagus - pharynx - intestine - stomach – anus mouth - pharynx - esophagus - stomach - intestine - anus mouth - pharynx - esophagus - intestine - stomach - anus

  14. Chemical digestion usually begins in the ... a. esophagus c. pharynx b. intestine d. stomach

  15. Which organ secretes bile for the shark? a. pancreas c. liver b. intestine d. kidney

  16. What organ excretes salt from fishes? a. Liver c. pancreas b. kidney d. gall bladder

  17. Which type of fish relies on vision the most? cartilaginous fishes bony fishes jawless fishes ratfishes

  18. Cryptic Coloration… a. when fishes that are dangerous, poisonous, or taste bad reveal it to others by use of bright colors b. when fishes blend with the environment to deceive predators and prey c. when fishes have the presence of stripes, bars, or spots that help break up the outline of its body

  19. Disruptive Coloration… a. when fishes that are dangerous, poisonous, or taste bad reveal it to others by use of bright colors b. when fishes blend with the environment to deceive predators and prey c. when fishes have the presence of stripes, bars, or spots that help break up the outline of its body

  20. Warning Coloration… a. when fishes that are dangerous, poisonous, or taste bad reveal it to others by use of bright colors b. when fishes blend with the environment to deceive predators and prey c. when fishes have the presence of stripes, bars, or spots that help break up the outline of its body

  21. Agnatha… a. Bony Fishes b. Cartilaginous Fishes c. Jawless Fishes

  22. Chrondichthyes… a. Bony Fishes b. Cartilaginous Fishes c. Jawless Fishes

  23. Osteichthyes… a. Bony Fishes b. Cartilaginous Fishes c. Jawless Fishes

  24. Part 2

  25. Name 3 of the 5 major characteristics of vertebrates.

  26. Name 3 of the 5 human uses for fishes.

  27. Hagfish are also know as slime eels. Explain how they received this name.

  28. Explain the function of spiracles on sharks and rays.

  29. Explain the difference between the teeth of the shark and the teeth of bony fishes include the purpose both serve according to their feeding habits.

  30. Explain the function of the ampullae of lorenzini and how they work.

  31. Name 3 reasons why sharks are extremely vulnerable

  32. How do sharks get their buoyancy and how do bony fishes get their buoyancy?

  33. Do fishes have a closed or open circulatory system? _____________Explain why one chamber of a fish’s heart is larger than the other(s).

  34. Explain the function of the internal structure of the stomach and intestine. Label StomachIntestine

  35. Explain the process of osmoregulation and why it is necessary for fishes?

  36. Explain the how the lateral line functions?

  37. The following is a picture of the entrance to a tourist shop in Myrtle Beach. Explain what is anatomically incorrect with this picture.