frog (caudata and anura)(three chambered heart) endoskeleton made mostly of bone, smooth skin with capillaries and pigments, two pairs of limbs with webbed feet, four organs for respiration, oviparous with external fertilization. these HIBERNATE.
shark (contains a lateral line) has an electrical field sensor that determines the precise location of prey without seeing or smelling it. Uses a clasper to mate. (has six basic types of fins-pectoral, caudal, anterior dorsal, posterior dorsal, pelvic, and anal.) its skeleton is made of cartilage.
lancelet, this phylum, the creatures retain their notochord throughout their entire life. lancelet is also known as "amphioxus" Possesses a dorsal nerve chord along with the notochord. It takes in food by filtering out the phytoplankton and zooplankton in the water.
carp-trash fish(salmon-has a lifestyle much like a lamprey eel) (betta) (chromatophores-specialized cells that give bright coloring to certain fish) (spiny puffer) (butterfly fish) fish are ECTOTHERMIC. most bony fish are oviparous. contains an air bladder. Also has opercula which cover the gills (unlike a shark)
sea squirt, this phylum is composed of those chordatas that have a notochord only during the larval stage of their development. the sea squirt obtains food by siphoning water into its body through the oral opening and expelling it through the atrial opening.
lamphrey eel "jawless fish" lives in both freshwater and marine environments , anadromous. when lamprey eggs hatch the young are in larva form and are called ammocoetes. The skeleton of a lamprey is made of cartilage. Needs eye sight to capture prey.
a milky white substance that contains a fishes sperm.
when a female fish lays her eggs its called...?
a substance that gives the fish the slimy feel they have when you touch them. it waterproofs the scaled, protects the fish from parasites, and makes them more mobile.
this subphylum contains the true vertebrates. gets bodily support from an endoskeleton.
cells that promote the formation of bone tissue by producing the bone matrix.
mature bone cells that are surrounded by the bone matrix.
cells that break down bone tissue.