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Vertebrates: Part II Reptiles & Birds
Reptiles Dry body covering Scales made of keratin Heart has 3 chambers Well-developed lungs Toes have claws
Reptile Reproduction Amniote Egg developed Internal fertilization
Homeostasis Modern reptiles = ectotherms Dinosaurs may have been endotherms
Special Senses Jacobsons organ Visual range Heat-sensing pits
Classes of Reptiles Rhynchocephalia Testudo Squamata Crocodilia
Birds Body covered by feathers Endothermic Bones have air sacs Toothless bill
Bird Adaptations Feet differ by lifestyle Bill based on food type Forelimbs = wings
Feather Types Down Filoplumes Contour Flight
Homeostasis Endotherms 4-chamber heart High metabolism Rapid heartbeat
Other Systems Nervous: highly developed Excretory: reduced Digestive –Crop – stores food for later –Gizzard – grinds food
Bird Reproduction System Reduced Produce Amniote Egg Internal Fertilization
Vertebrates: Part II Reptiles & Birds. Reptiles Dry body covering Scaly skin made of keratin Heart has 3 chambers Well-developed lungs for breathing Toes.
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6 Characteristics of Birds Endothermic (warm blooded) Vertebrates (Hollow Bones!) 4 Chamber Heart All Have Feathers All Lay Eggs Have Scales on Feet.
6 Characteristics of Birds Endothermic (warm blooded) Vertebrates (Hollow Bones!) 4 Chamber Heart All Have Feathers All Lay Eggs.
31-2 Birds *Ornithology is the study of birds. Characteristics 1. Forelimbs modified into wings 2. Feathers 3. Hollow, lightweight bones 4. Endothermic.
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Chapter 4 Section 1 and 2. Introduction 1861: Hermann von Meyer found a fossil imprint of a feather A month later he found a skeleton surrounded by.
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BIRDS. BIRDS ARE SIMILAR TO REPTILES They have lungs that are more efficient than amphibians, scaly skin (on their legs) to prevent drying out, amniotic.
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