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Chapter 16 Fishes, Amphibians, and Reptiles
An animal with a skull and a backbone; includes mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish Click for Term
Vertebrate An animal with a skull and a backbone; includes mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish Click for Term
Segments of bone or cartilage that interlock to form a backbone Click for Term
Vertebrae Segments of bone or cartilage that interlock to form a backbone Click for Term
An animal that maintains a constant body temperature despite temperature changes in its environment, warm blooded Click for Term
Endotherm An animal that maintains a constant body temperature despite temperature changes in its environment, warm blooded Click for Term
An animal whose body temperature fluctuates with the temperature of its environment, cold blooded Click for Term
Ectotherm An animal whose body temperature fluctuates with the temperature of its environment, cold blooded Click for Term
Fanlike structures that help fish move, turn, stop and balance Click for Term
Fins Fanlike structures that help fish move, turn, stop and balance Click for Term
Bony structures that cover the skin of bony fishes Click for Term
Scales Bony structures that cover the skin of bony fishes Click for Term
Row of tiny sense organs along the sides of a fish’s body Click for Term
Lateral line system Row of tiny sense organs along the sides of a fish’s body Click for Term
Organs that remove oxygen from the water and carbon dioxide from the blood Click for Term
Gills Organs that remove oxygen from the water and carbon dioxide from the blood Click for Term
Small, sharp toothlike structures on the skin of cartilaginous fishes Click for Term
Denticles Small, sharp toothlike structures on the skin of cartilaginous fishes Click for Term
Balloon-like organ that is filled with oxygen and other gases; gives bony fishes their buoyancy Click for Term
Swim Bladder Balloon-like organ that is filled with oxygen and other gases; gives bony fishes their buoyancy Click for Term
A sac-like organ that takes oxygen from the sir and delivers it to the blood Click for Term
Lung A sac-like organ that takes oxygen from the sir and delivers it to the blood Click for Term
Aquatic larvae of an amphibian Click for Term
Tadpole Aquatic larvae of an amphibian Click for Term
Process in which an insect or other animal changes form as it develops from an embryo or larva to an adult Click for Term
Metamorphosis Process in which an insect or other animal changes form as it develops from an embryo or larva to an adult Click for Term
Prehistoric, reptile ancestor of mammals Click for Term
Therapsid Prehistoric, reptile ancestor of mammals Click for Term
Egg containing amniotic fluid to protect the developing embryo; usually surrounded by a hard shell Click for Term
Amniotic Egg Egg containing amniotic fluid to protect the developing embryo; usually surrounded by a hard shell Click for Term
Fishes, Amphibians and Reptiles. Animals with a backbone are called vertebrates.
Chapter 11: Fishes, Amphibians, and Reptiles. Multiple Choices Fill-in-the- Blank True/FalseShort AnswerIllustration
Phylum Chordata Have a notochord in embryo –Strong, rod-like structure that can bend Chordates include all of the vertebrates and two groups of invertebrates.
The Characteristics of Vertebrates. Mammals Birds All birds: 1.Are vertebrates (which means they have a backbone or spine) 2.Are endothermic. Also known.
Fishes: The First Vertebrates Chapter Chordates Fish have backbones so they are vertebrates Just like us they are in the Phylum –Chordata Largest.
Fish. Fish are Vertebrates All fish have a backbone and belong to the phylum Chordata Backbone protects the spinal chord and support the rest of the body.
Vertebrates: Part I Fishes & Amphibians. Phylum Chordata Chordates: includes all the vertebrates Have 3 common characteristics: –Nerve Cord: hollow tube.
Classification of Vertebrate Animals adapted from lley/htdocs/Classification%20of%20 Animals.ppt Animals With Backbones.
All fish only live in water They all get oxygen through their gills All fish are cold blooded Most fish have scales Most of them lay eggs without shells.
Vertebrates. Vertebrates are: Animals that have backbones.
Structure and Function in Living Things Chapter Seventeen: Animals 17.1 What is an Animal? 17.2 Invertebrate Structure and Function 17.3 Vertebrate Structure.
Vertebrates Animals that have a backbone. Only 5% of all organisms on Earth are vertebrates! Unlike invertebrates which have exoskeletons, vertebrates.
Science Vocabulary All About Animals Mammal Animals with backbones. Usually has fur or hair on its body. Young mammals get milk from their mother.
Vertebrates. Kingdom: Animalia Animal Kingdom is divided into 35 different phyla. Based on external and internal physical characteristics, these phyla.
Bell Work: Name the different types of symmetry. Which type do sponges (Phyla Porifera) have?
© Oxford University Press Vertebrate groups What is the same about all the animals?All the animals are vertebrates - they have backbones.
Section 1 Chordates Animals with a backbone belong to a larger group of animals called chordates (KOR dayts). Three characteristics of all chordates.
Warm Up Match the following animals with their correct animal group: Animals: snake, squirrel, toad, eagle, rockfish Phylum: amphibian, bird, fish, mammal,
Fish, Amphibians, & Reptiles Chapter 15 Life Science Review Mrs. Nell.
Classifying the Backboned Animals Vertebrates. Classifying Vertebrates Vertebrates can be classified into two groups using this characteristic: Cold-bloodedWarm-blooded.
Animals are divided into invertebrates and vertebrates. The invertebrates are the animals that do not posses a backbone or vertebral column while the vertebrates.
Grouping Animals Li-We are learning about the main groups of animals Sc-We are able to successfully group animals.
Vertebrates - C - Notes EQ: What do most vertebrates have in common? Vertebrates – Physical Characteristics They have backbones, an internal skeleton (endoskeleton),
Vertebrates Animals with backbones All vertebrates have an endoskeleton, an internal support system that makes the animal more flexible and easier to.
AMPHIBIANS & REPTILES ARE ADAPTED FOR LIFE ON LAND VERTEBRATES ADAPTED TO LIVE ON LAND. AMPHIBIANS HAVE MOIST SKIN & LAY EGGS WITHOUT SHELLS. REPTILES.
Fishes Section Animal Classification Animals Invertebrates Vertebrates Sponges Cnidarians Worms Mollusks Arthropods Echinoderms Ectotherms (cold-blooded)
Science Animals Vertebrates with backbones What do snakes, birds, spiders, and cats have in common? They are animals. They move. They reproduce. They.
The Vertebrates. Vertebrate Characteristics Vertebrae (backbone) Notochord (flexible dorsal rod) Nerve cord (hollow) with brain Three layers of.
HAVE BACKBONES AND SKULL BONES Vertebrates B. Cole EDUC 730: Lesson Plan.
Unit 4. 4 key characteristics: 1. dorsal, hollow nerve cord 2. notochord 3. pharyngeal pouches 4. tail.
Walk, run, fly, swim, or slither in to learn more about the animal kingdom!
Development and Growth. Where Do Embryos Develop? Growing offspring, or the embryo, may develop outside or inside of the parent’s body. The offspring.
Classifying Animals Part 2 Vertebrates Compare the characteristic structures of invertebrate animals (including sponges, segmented worms, echinoderms,
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Classifying Animals Vertebrates Chap. 3, lesson 2, pages
VERTEBRATES They have backbone/skeleton The body is divided in: head, trunk and limbs (except snakes) There are five groups of vertebrates: 1.Fish 2.Amphibians.
Animals with backbones Animals with backbones or vertebrates are classified into 5 subgroups. Fish is the largest of vertebrates.
Vertebrates May, Vertebrates –Animals with a backbone.
Animals Presentation This is an overview of the major Animal groups. It includes some major vocabulary. You will be assigned one group to research further.
Amphibians, Reptiles & Birds. Amphibia (frogs, salamanders, newts) The First vertebrates to colonize land Evolved from the Lobe-Finned Fish Have lungs.
KINGDOM ANIMAL PHYLUM: CHORDATA – SUBPHYLUM: VERTEBRATA.
Classification of Animals Part 2 Quiz! Draw a box at the top to keep track of your points. Write the letter of the correct answer. Have your dry-erase.
The Chordates Phylum Chordata – The Chordates at some point in their life have a notochord, a nerve cord, and slits in their throat area.
Chapter 2 Study Guide Study for your test!. Know the following vocabulary words:
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Animal Charactertistics. It is essential to know that the Animal Kingdom is divided into 35 different phyla. These phyla can be classified into two groups.
Hickox: Baker Biology Animals Chapter Classification Based On: Skeletal Structure: (Invertebrate vs. Vertebrate) 1) Invertebrate: an animal that.
Characteristics of Vertebrates. Group 1: FISH Facts: – Fish are the largest class of vertebrates – There are three classes of fish: Jawless- boneless.
Vertebrates are animals with a backbone. Only 5-10% of animals are vertebrates on Earth, yet we are most familiar with them! Vertebrates have muscles,
Chordates How do Chordates fit into the diversity of life?
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