Chordata

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Chordata
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Final: Pre-AP Biology
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  1. Agnatha: meaning of name?
    Jawless fish
  2. Agnatha: body covering?
    Smooth skin-like covering
  3. Agnatha: # of heart chambers
    2
  4. Agnatha: respiratory?
    7 circular gills
  5. Agnatha: Reproduction?
    External fertilization- jelly like covering
  6. Agnatha: Endothermic or ectothermic?
    • Cold blooded (ecto)
  7. Agnatha: Special Features?
    Only parasitic vertebrate
  8. Agnatha: Example?
    • Lamprey
    • Hagfish
  9. Chondrichthyes: meaning of name?
    Cartilage Fish
  10. Chond: body covering?
    Sandpaper- leathery skin
  11. Chond: # of heart chambers?
    2
  12. Chond: Respiratory?
    pair of gills
  13. Chond: reproduction?
    Separate sexes- internal reproduction
  14. Chond: Endo or Ecto?
    • Cold blooded (ecto)
  15. Chond: special features?
    Whale shark- 60ft. long swim 43mph with a great sense of smell
  16. Chond: examples?
    • Sharks
    • Manta Ray
  17. Osteichthyes: meaning of name?
    Boney fish
  18. Ostei: body covering?
    scales
  19. Ostei: # of heart chambers?
    2
  20. Ostei: respiratory?
    4 gills
  21. Ostei: reproduction?
    External-spawn
  22. Ostei: endo or ecto?
    Cold blooded (ecto)
  23. Ostei: special features?
    • Swim bladders
    • Cod-lays 9 million eggs
  24. Ostei: example?
    • Trout
    • Catfish
    • Tuna
  25. Amphibia: meaning of name?
    Double life
  26. Amphibia: body covering?
    Moist skin
  27. Amphibia: # of heart chambers?
    3
  28. Amphibia: respiratory?
    Simple lungs, most diffuse oxygen with skin/mouth
  29. Amphibia: reproduction?
    Return to water to lay eggs
  30. Amphibia: endo or ecto?
    Cold blooded (ecto)
  31. Amphibia: special features?
    • Pull eyes into sockets
    • Nostrils top of head open into mouth (metamorphosis)
  32. Amphibia: Examples?
    Frogs
  33. Reptilia: meaning of name?
    Scaly skin
  34. Reptilia: body covering?
    Water proof skin/scales
  35. Reptilia: # of heart chambers?
    3 (crocodiles have 4)
  36. Reptilia: respiratory?
    Lungs
  37. Reptilia: reproduction?
    Amniotic/land egg
  38. Reptilia: endo or ecto?
    Cold blooded (ecto)
  39. Reptilia: special features?
    • Brain small to body
    • Tongue used as sensory organ
  40. Reptilia: examples?
    • Lizards
    • Turtles
    • Snakes
  41. Aves: meaning of name?
    Birds
  42. Aves: body covering?
    Feathers
  43. Aves: # of heart chambers?
    4
  44. Aves: respiratory?
    Lungs
  45. Aves: reproductions?
    Internal- amniotic egg that incubate in nest
  46. Aves: endo or ecto?
    Warm blooded (endo)
  47. Aves: special features?
    Light hollow bones
  48. Aves: examples?
    • Flightless-ostrich
    • Water-duck
    • Perching-sparrow
    • Prey-eagle
  49. Mammalia: meaning of name?
    Mammal-milk nourished
  50. Mammalia: body covering?
    Skin/Hair
  51. Mammalia: # of heart chambers?
    4
  52. Mammalia: respiratory?
    Lungs
  53. Mammalia: reproduction?
    Internal- give birth to live young
  54. Mammalia: endo or ecto?
    Warm blooded (endo)
  55. Mammalia: special features?
    • Have outer ear
    • Diaphragm
    • Developed
    • Brain
  56. Mammalia: Examples?
    • Human
    • Dolphin
    • Bear
  57. Who laid the first land egg?
    Reptilia

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