5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Why is transition onto land difficult?
- Vestigial Structure
- Membranous Bones
- Anatomical position
- a formed directly on a collagen mat
- b Similarity in organs from different organisms as a result of inheritance from a common ancestor
- c Air is 700 times less dense than water and thus does not provide buoyancy. Water is in short supply on land, Air does not have the thermal stability of water
- d organs that are no longer being used for their original function
- e Standing with palms forward
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Pisces (= fish), non-tetrapods, the tetrapods.
- Ornithosuchia, which includes... Pterosaurs--flying reptiles with wings supported by the fourth finger, Powered flight also evolved in birds and bats
- Function: move mucus or water and move ovum along in reproductive tracts. Location: respiratory tracts, pharyngeal slits and digestive tract of Amphioxus
- Function: Non-keratinized types have high wear potential augmented by mucus. Keratinized types is wear and desiccation resistant. −Location: Non- keratinized are found in mouths, nostrils, esophagus, distal anus, and the vagina. Keratinized types are found in surface skin and nails.
- (outside layer) forms epidermis of the skin, nervous system, major sense organs
5 True/False Questions
Character States → The various forms of individual attributes -e.g. blond versus brunette hair color
Heterochrony → a hydroskeletal (water sac) stiffening rod in their backs that allows muscles contractions to propel animals
Analogy → Functional similarity among non-homologous organs like a butterfly wing and a birds wing
Atavism → throw-back structures that are present in ancestors but rare in most individuals today. Whales with whole legs, horses with extra hooves
Transformation series → The various forms of individual attributes -e.g. blond versus brunette hair color