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1Compare and Contrast Why did scientist classify Pikaia as a chordate instead of as a worm Review What two aspects of evolutionary history does the cladogram of chordates showApply Concepts Recall what you learned about plant evolution in Ch 22. In what ways are chordate adaptations to life on land similar to plant adaptations. Based on the sequence of evolutionary change what was the first major adaptation of each
2Ch 26 Animal Evolution and Diversity 26.2 Chordate Evolution and History
3Embryological studies suggest that the most ancient chordates were related to the ancestors of echinoderms.
4Earliest Chordates Pikaia Cambrian fossil First thought it was a worm but then determined that it had a notochord and paired muscles arranged in a series.
5CartilageStrong connective tissue that is softer and more flexible than bone.
7Nonvertebrate Chordates 550 million years agoTunicates and lanceletsTurnicatesAdults look like spongesLarval forms have all the key chordate characteristics.
8Jawless Fishes 510 million years ago No true jaws or teeth, and their skeletons were made of cartilage.
9Jawless FishesLampreys and hagfishes both lack vertebrae and have notochords as adultsLampreys are filter feeders as larvae and parasites as adultsHagfishes have pinkish gray, wormlike bodies, secrete incredible amounts of slime, and tie themselves into knots.
10Sharks and Their Relatives Jaws make it possible to bite and chew plants and other animalsEvolved paired pectoral (anterior) and pelvic (posterior) finsPaired fins offered more control of body movementTail fins and powerful muscles gave greater thrust.
11Chondrichthyes “Cartilaginous” fishes Sharks, rays, and skates Paired fins and tail fins.
12Osteichthyes Bony Fishes Skeletons made of true bone Ray finned fishes Lobe finned fishes.
13Ray-Finned FishesAquatic vertebrates with skeletons of true bone; most have paired fins, scales, and gillsMost fishes you are familiar withEels, catfish, walleye.
14Lobe-Finned FishesBony fishes that evolved fleshy fins supported by larger, more substantial bonesLungfishes and coelacanthsOther ancient lobe-finned fishes evolved into the ancestors of tetrapodsFour-limbed vertebrates.
15The Unique “Fishapod”Series of transitional fossils have been discovered that document the skeletal transformation from lobe-fins to limbs.
17AmphibiansVertebrates that, with some exceptions, require water for reproduction, breathe with lungs as adults, have moist skin with mucous glands, and lack scales and claws.
18Reptiles First vertebrates to evolve adaptations to drier conditions Vertebrate with dry, scaly skin, well-developed lungs, strong limbs, and shelled eggs that do not develop in water.
19Current hypotheses about the relationships between living and extinct reptiles.
20Enter the DinosaursTriassic and Jurassic periods saw a great adaptive radiation of reptilesLived all over the world, and they were diverse in appearance and in habit.
21Exit the Dinosaurs End of the Cretaceous Period Worldwide mass extinction cause bySeries of natural disastersString of volcanic eruptionsFall in sea levelHuge asteroid smashing into what is now the Yucatán PeninsulaMany plant and animal groups went extinct.
22Bird RootsSupport for hypothesis that birds evolved from a group of dinosaursArchaeopteryx shows both bird characteristics (flight feathers) and dinosaur characteristics (teeth and bony tail).
23BirdsReptiles that regulate their internal body temperature (endothermy)Outer covering of feathers; strong yet lightweight bones; two legs covered with scales that are used for walking or perching; and front limbs modified into wings.
24Bird clade is part of the clade containing dinosaurs Clade containing dinosaurs is part of a larger clade of reptilesModern birds are also reptiles.
25MammalsMammary glands in females that produce milk to nourish young, and hairBreathe air, have four-chambered hearts, and regulate their internal body temperature.
26The First Mammals Very small and resembled modern tree shrews Modern mammalian groups evolved during TriassicMammals diversified, increased in size, and occupied many niches after dinosaur extinction.
27Modern Mammals Monotremes Marsupials Placental mammals Egg laying mammals- platypusMarsupialsBear live young that usually complete their development in an external pouchKangaroos, koalas, and wombatsPlacental mammalsEmbryos develop further while still inside the motherCare and nurse for young.