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5.3 Animal phyla

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Agnatha
lack jaws and paired fins, cartilaginous skeleton
Chondrichthyes
have jaws, cartilaginous skeleton, paired fins
Osteichthyes
have jaws, bony skeleton, paired fins
Amphibia
moist, glandular skin, breathe by lungs, leathery shelled eggs
Reptilia
dry, scaly skin, breathe by lungs, leathery shelled eggs
Aves (Birds)
feathers, wings, warm blooded, hard shelled eggs
Mammalia
hair on part or all of body, warm-blooded, mammary glands to produce milk
scales made out of bony plates
fish body covering
moist skin
amphibian body covering
feathers
bird body covering
fur
mammals body covering
internal (soft eggs)
reptiles reproduction
internal (lays hard eggs)
bird reproduction
internal -live births
mammal reproduction
gills
fish breathing
simple lungs
amphibian breathing
lungs with extensive folding
reptiles breathing
lungs w/ bronchial tubes
bird breathing
lungs with alveoli
mammal breathing
have a swim bladder
fish other features
larval state in water, adult state on land
amphibian other features
simple teeth with no living tissue
reptiles other features
have wings and beaks with no teeth
bird other features
feed young w/ milk from mammary glands
mammals other features

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