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Chapter 12-3 Amphibians
Amphibian
Tadpole
Lungs
Atria
An amphibian is a vertebrate that is ectomeric and spends its…
The Larva of a frog or a toad,like fish tadpoles obtain throu…
Are the organs of air breathing vertebrates in which oxygen m…
The two upper chambers of the heart recieve blood,One atrium…
Amphibian
An amphibian is a vertebrate that is ectomeric and spends its…
Tadpole
The Larva of a frog or a toad,like fish tadpoles obtain throu…
Chapter 12 Fishes and Amphibians
vertebrate
coldblooded animals
warmblooded animals
gills
an animal that has a backbone
animals that do not produce much internal heat.
animals that maintain their body temperatures internally as a…
feathery structures through which water-dwelling animals obta…
vertebrate
an animal that has a backbone
coldblooded animals
animals that do not produce much internal heat.
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Chapter 12: Fishes, Amphibians & Reptiles
vertebrate
cranium
endostyle
notochord
animal with a backbone; includes mammals, birds, reptiles, am…
skull; protects brain
small hairs used to trap food particles
hollow nerve cord along the spine
vertebrate
animal with a backbone; includes mammals, birds, reptiles, am…
cranium
skull; protects brain
Chapter 12 Fishes and Amphibians
vertebrate
coldblooded animals
warmblooded animals
gills
an animal that has a backbone
animals that do not produce much internal heat.
animals that maintain their body temperatures internally as a…
feathery structures through which water-dwelling animals obta…
vertebrate
an animal that has a backbone
coldblooded animals
animals that do not produce much internal heat.
Chapter 12 Fishes and Amphibians
vertebrate
coldblooded animals
warmblooded animals
gills
an animal that has a backbone
animals that do not produce much internal heat.
animals that maintain their body temperatures internally as a…
feathery structures through which water-dwelling animals obta…
vertebrate
an animal that has a backbone
coldblooded animals
animals that do not produce much internal heat.
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Chapter 12 Section 3: Amphibians
amphibian
tadpole
lung
atrium
An animal that spends its early life in water and its adult l…
The larval form of a frog or a toad.
An organ found in air-breathing vertebrates that exchanges ox…
Each of the two upper chambers of the heart that receives blo…
amphibian
An animal that spends its early life in water and its adult l…
tadpole
The larval form of a frog or a toad.
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Chapter 12.3 & 12.4: Amphibians & Reptiles
amphibian
convergent adaptation
ecdysis
hyoid bone
cold-blooded vertebrate typically living on land but breeding…
when different animal species develop similar traits in simil…
shedding and replacement of skin or limbs
A small, u-shaped bone that assists in catching prey
amphibian
cold-blooded vertebrate typically living on land but breeding…
convergent adaptation
when different animal species develop similar traits in simil…
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Chapter 12 Section 3: Amphibians
amphibian
tadpole
lung
atrium
an animal that spends its early life in water and its adult l…
the larval from of a frog or a toad
an organ found in air-breathing vertebrates that exchange oxy…
each of the two upper chambers of the heart that receives blo…
amphibian
an animal that spends its early life in water and its adult l…
tadpole
the larval from of a frog or a toad
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Chapter 12 Vocabulary - Fishes, Amphibians, and Reptiles
Chordate
Notochord
Cartilage
Vertebra
The phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord and s…
A flexible rod that supports a chordate's back.
A connective tissue that is more flexible than bone and that…
The bones that make up the backbone of an animal.
Chordate
The phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord and s…
Notochord
A flexible rod that supports a chordate's back.
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Chapter 12 Section 3: Amphibians Vocabulary
amphibian
tadpole
lung
atria
a vertebrate that is ectothermic and spends its early life in…
larva of a frog
organs of air-breathing vertebrates in which oxygen moves fro…
the two upper chambers of a heart
amphibian
a vertebrate that is ectothermic and spends its early life in…
tadpole
larva of a frog
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Chapter 18 - Amphibians
What order do Salamanders belong to?
Define paedomorphism
Which family of salamanders exhibit al…
What is the genus and species of the m…
Caudata
neotony
Cryptobranchids
Necturus maculosus
What order do Salamanders belong to?
Caudata
Define paedomorphism
neotony
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Science/ 12.3 Notes: Amphibians
amphibian
What are the two major groups of amphi…
Characteristics of Salamanders.
Characteristics of frogs and toads.
a vertebrate that is ectothermic and spends its early life in…
1. salamanders - have a tail... 2. frogs/toads - no tail... The dif…
* internal fertilization... * larvae look like adult salamanders…
* external fertilization... * fertilized eggs covered in jelly a…
amphibian
a vertebrate that is ectothermic and spends its early life in…
What are the two major groups of amphi…
1. salamanders - have a tail... 2. frogs/toads - no tail... The dif…
Chapter 23: Amphibians
cold-blooded animals
herpetology
class amphibia
bell-weather species
ectothermic or heterothermic animals; species that lack the a…
the study of amphibians and reptiles
rarest class of vertebrates and the most rapidly disappearing…
term used to indicate the sensitivity of amphibians to enviro…
cold-blooded animals
ectothermic or heterothermic animals; species that lack the a…
herpetology
the study of amphibians and reptiles
Ch 12 - Fishes, Amphibians, and Reptiles
ectotherm
endotherm
skeletons
oxygen
an animal whose body temperature changes depending on the env…
an animal whose body controls and regulates its temperature b…
the 3 major groups of fishes are distinguished from one anoth…
gills and lungs enable ______________ to get into an animal's…
ectotherm
an animal whose body temperature changes depending on the env…
endotherm
an animal whose body controls and regulates its temperature b…
Chapter 25 Amphibians
Ectothermic
In the water
Olfactory epithelium
Yes
Ectothermic or Endothermic?
Where do their eggs develop, and where do they reproduce?
How do amphibians sense airborne odors?
Do they have ears?
Ectothermic
Ectothermic or Endothermic?
In the water
Where do their eggs develop, and where do they reproduce?
Chapter 25 Amphibians
Carnivoire
Chromatophores
Direct Development
Double Circulation
eats meat
pigment cells that change the color of an organism, allowing…
The young animal is born or hatched with the same appearance…
4 chambered heart; right and left atrium, right takes blood t…
Carnivoire
eats meat
Chromatophores
pigment cells that change the color of an organism, allowing…
Chapter 23 - Amphibians
Double Circulation
Eusthenopteron
Ichthyostega
Acanthostega
Directing deoxygenated blood into the lungs for oxygenation,…
A Devonian lobe-fin fish living approximately 385 million yea…
An early tetrapod genus that lived at the end of the Upper De…
An extinct genus of stem-tetrapod, among the first vertebrate…
Double Circulation
Directing deoxygenated blood into the lungs for oxygenation,…
Eusthenopteron
A Devonian lobe-fin fish living approximately 385 million yea…
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Chapter 30: Amphibians
Ectothermic
Larval form of frogs
Neoteny
Metamorphosis
body temperature is regulated by the external environment
tadpoles
axolotls reach maturity without undergoing metamorphosis
process by which amphibians develop into air-breathing adults…
Ectothermic
body temperature is regulated by the external environment
Larval form of frogs
tadpoles
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Chapter 17: Amphibians
is amphibia a Class, Order, Subphylum,…
What characteristics comprise Amphibia?
Describe the 3-Chambered Heart
What are the 3 orders of Amphibia
It is a Class... Class Amphibia
1.) Limbs with girdles to aid in walking support... 2.) Tongue f…
2 aria and 1 ventricle, double circulation through the heart
1.) Gymnophiona... 2.) Caudata... 3.) Anura
is amphibia a Class, Order, Subphylum,…
It is a Class... Class Amphibia
What characteristics comprise Amphibia?
1.) Limbs with girdles to aid in walking support... 2.) Tongue f…
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Chapter 19 Amphibians Vocabulary Terms
Atria
Ventricle
Granular Glands
Zygapophyses
The two upper chambers of the heart. One receives non-oxygena…
Hollow chamber that receives and oxygenates blood from the at…
Glands located all over the body's epidermis that produce nox…
Located on each vertebrae. Allows for strength and prevents b…
Atria
The two upper chambers of the heart. One receives non-oxygena…
Ventricle
Hollow chamber that receives and oxygenates blood from the at…
Chapter 11: Fish, Amphibians & Reptiles
chordate
notochord
vertebrae
ectotherm
the phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord and s…
a flexible rod that supports a chordates back.
the small bones that make up the backbone.
an animal whose body does not produce much internal heat.
chordate
the phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord and s…
notochord
a flexible rod that supports a chordates back.
Chapter 40 Amphibians
Preadaptations
Toad
Frog
Anuran
Adaptions in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new fun…
Commonly used for any anuran that has rough, bumpy skin
Commonly refers to anuran having smooth, moist skin
Means tailless and reflects the fact that no adult has a tail
Preadaptations
Adaptions in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new fun…
Toad
Commonly used for any anuran that has rough, bumpy skin
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Biology chapter 40 - amphibians
Preadaptations
Metamorphosis
Toad
Frog
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
change from an aquatic larval stage to a terrestrial adult form
anuran that has rough, bumpy skin
anurans having smooth, moist skin
Preadaptations
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
Metamorphosis
change from an aquatic larval stage to a terrestrial adult form
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chapter 9 amphibians
most amphibians are
amphibians means because of metamorphi…
lay fetilized eggs
amphibians start as
frogs and salamanders
double life
internal fertilization
tadpole
most amphibians are
frogs and salamanders
amphibians means because of metamorphi…
double life
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Chapter 17: Amphibians
Tetrapoda
Double circulation
Tympanic membrane
Stapes
clade comprising amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals (Greek:…
directs deoxygenated blood to lungs and oxygenated blood to o…
Eardrum
A little column, one of the ossicles of the middle ear
Tetrapoda
clade comprising amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals (Greek:…
Double circulation
directs deoxygenated blood to lungs and oxygenated blood to o…
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Chapter 40 Amphibians
Preadaptions
Tadpoles
Mucous glands
Radioulna
Adaptions in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new fun…
Swimming, tailed larvae.
A gland in the skin of an amphibian that produces lubricants…
A single bone formed by the fusion of the bones in of the low…
Preadaptions
Adaptions in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new fun…
Tadpoles
Swimming, tailed larvae.
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Chapter 40-Amphibians
Preadaptations
Metamorphosis
Order Anura (Largest Order)
Order Caudata
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
A transitional change from an aquatic larval stage to a terre…
Frogs and Toads. Bodies are adapted for jumping and have long…
Salamanders; long tails, long bodies and moist skin; can be f…
Preadaptations
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
Metamorphosis
A transitional change from an aquatic larval stage to a terre…
Biology Chapter 40: Amphibians
Preadaptaions
Metamorphosis
Toad
Frog
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
The transformation from an aquatic larval stage to an adult
General descriptions of any anuran that has rough, bumpy skin
General description of any anuran that has smooth moist skin
Preadaptaions
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
Metamorphosis
The transformation from an aquatic larval stage to an adult
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Amphibians-Chapter 17
Tetrapod
Coelacanth
Modern Amphibians
Characteristics of Modern Amphibians
Greek meaning "four feet"
360 million years ago, lobe-finned fish
Caecilians, Salamanders, Newts, Frogs, and Toads
Mostly bony skeleton, usually four limbs (quadrupedal), free-…
Tetrapod
Greek meaning "four feet"
Coelacanth
360 million years ago, lobe-finned fish
Science - Chapter 11.3 - Amphibians
amphibian
What does the word "amphibian" mean?
Describe the life cycle of an amphibia…
List the two major groups of amphibians?
vertebrate that is ectothermic and spends its early life in w…
double life
After beginning their lives in water, most amphibians spend t…
1) salamanders 2) frogs and toads
amphibian
vertebrate that is ectothermic and spends its early life in w…
What does the word "amphibian" mean?
double life
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Chapter 42: Amphibians
Pre-adaptations
Tadpoles
Pulmonary circulation
Systemic Circulation
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
The aquatic, fishlike larva of a frog or toad.
The movement of blood between the heart and lungs.
The movement of blood between the heart and all parts of the…
Pre-adaptations
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
Tadpoles
The aquatic, fishlike larva of a frog or toad.
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Chapter 49 Amphibians
preadaptations
lobe-finned fishes
sarcopterygian
Anura
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
what did amphibians evolve from
extinct lobe-finned fish related to amphibians
largest order of amphibians
preadaptations
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
lobe-finned fishes
what did amphibians evolve from
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Chapter 40 Amphibians
Preadaptation
Tadpole
Mucous Gland
Pulmonary Circulation
A feature present in an ancestral group that allows a shift t…
The aquatic, fishlike larva of a frog or toad
Provides a lubricant that keeps the skin moist in the air
The flow of blood from the right ventricle of the heart to th…
Preadaptation
A feature present in an ancestral group that allows a shift t…
Tadpole
The aquatic, fishlike larva of a frog or toad
Chapter 40: Amphibians
preadaptation
tadpoles
mucous glands
pulmonary circulation
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
swimming, tailed larvae
supply a lubricant that keeps the skin moist in air
carries deoxygenated blood from the heart to the lungs and ba…
preadaptation
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
tadpoles
swimming, tailed larvae
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Chapter 40-amphibians
Preadaptation
Tadpole
Mucous gland
Pulmonary circulation
A feature in an ancestral group that allows a shift to new fu…
The aquatic fishlike larva of a frog or toad
Provides a lubricant that keeps the skin moist in the air
The flow of blood from the right ventricle of the heart to th…
Preadaptation
A feature in an ancestral group that allows a shift to new fu…
Tadpole
The aquatic fishlike larva of a frog or toad
chapter 40 // amphibians
amphibian
amplexus
Anura
metamorphosis
characterized by metamorphosis, moist, thick skin with no sca…
where the male frog grasps onto the back of a female frog to…
the order or frogs and toads
a phase in the life cycle of many animals during which a rapi…
amphibian
characterized by metamorphosis, moist, thick skin with no sca…
amplexus
where the male frog grasps onto the back of a female frog to…
Chapter 30: Amphibians
Scale-less, smooth skinned ectothermic…
developmental process in which they ch…
Some used for
African Clawed Frog (Xenopus tropicali…
Amphibians
Metamorphosis
genetic, physiological and neurology/endocrine studies
can reproduce year round in response to hormone treatment
Scale-less, smooth skinned ectothermic…
Amphibians
developmental process in which they ch…
Metamorphosis
Chapter 40 - Amphibians Vocab
Preadaptation
Tadpole
Mucus gland
Pulmonary Circulation
An adaptation in an ancestral group that evolves through natu…
The aquatic, fishlike larva of a frog or toad
a gland in the skin of an amphibian that produces lubricants…
The flow of blood from the right ventricle of the heart to th…
Preadaptation
An adaptation in an ancestral group that evolves through natu…
Tadpole
The aquatic, fishlike larva of a frog or toad
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chapter 40 // amphibians
amphibian
amplexus
Anura
metamorphosis
characterized by metamorphosis, moist, thick skin with no sca…
where the male frog grasps onto the back of a female frog to…
the order or frogs and toads
a phase in the life cycle of many animals during which a rapi…
amphibian
characterized by metamorphosis, moist, thick skin with no sca…
amplexus
where the male frog grasps onto the back of a female frog to…
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Chapter 40: Amphibians
preadaptation
tadpole
mucous gland
pulmonary circulation
an adaptation in an ancestral group that evolves through natu…
the aquatic, fishlike larva of a frog or toad
a gland in the skin of an amphibian that produces lubricants…
the flow of blood from the right ventricle of the heart to th…
preadaptation
an adaptation in an ancestral group that evolves through natu…
tadpole
the aquatic, fishlike larva of a frog or toad
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Chapter 40 Amphibians Vocab
preadaptation
tadpole
mucous gland
pulmonary circulation
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
an aquatic, fishlike larvae of a frog or toad
supplies a lubricant that keeps the skin moist in air
carries deoxygenated blood from the heart to the lungs and ba…
preadaptation
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
tadpole
an aquatic, fishlike larvae of a frog or toad
Chapter 40 amphibians
preadaptation
tadpole
metamorphosis
anuran
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
The fertilized eggs hatch into swimming, tailed larvae
change from an aquatic larval stage to a terrestrial adult form
Means tailless
preadaptation
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
tadpole
The fertilized eggs hatch into swimming, tailed larvae
Chapter 28 amphibians
Cartilage
Neural crest
Fin
Scales
Tough, flexible, material making up the skeletons or parts of…
Group of cells that develop from the nerve cord in the verteb…
Paddle-shaped structure on a fish or other aquatic animal tha…
Small, flat, plate like structure near surface of the skin
Cartilage
Tough, flexible, material making up the skeletons or parts of…
Neural crest
Group of cells that develop from the nerve cord in the verteb…
Chapter 28 Amphibians
Cloaca
Nictitating membrane
Tympanic Membrane
Ectotherms
a chamber that receives the digestive wastes, urninary Waste,…
a transparent eyelid that can move across the eye to protect…
Eardrum
animals that obtain their body heat from the external environ…
Cloaca
a chamber that receives the digestive wastes, urninary Waste,…
Nictitating membrane
a transparent eyelid that can move across the eye to protect…
Chapter 40 Amphibians
preadaptation
tadpole
mucous gland
pulmonary circulation
an adaptation in an ancestral group that evolves through natu…
the aquatic, fishlike larva of a frog or toad
a gland in the skin of an amphibian that produces lubricants…
the flow of blood from the right ventricle of the heart to th…
preadaptation
an adaptation in an ancestral group that evolves through natu…
tadpole
the aquatic, fishlike larva of a frog or toad
Chapter 25: Amphibians
Tetrapod
Caecilian
Spermatophore
Paedomorphosis
Any vertebrate having four limbs or, as in the snake and whal…
A legless, worm-like tropical amphibian of the order Gymnophi…
A capsule surrounding a mass of spermatozoa, produced by the…
The resemblance of adult animals to the young of their ancest…
Tetrapod
Any vertebrate having four limbs or, as in the snake and whal…
Caecilian
A legless, worm-like tropical amphibian of the order Gymnophi…
Chapter 42 Amphibians
pyloric valve
mesentary
abdominal
duodenum
located between the stomach and SI... controls the movement of f…
supports the small intestines/cellophane like membrane
What body cavity contains the stomach and intestines?
straight portion of SI
pyloric valve
located between the stomach and SI... controls the movement of f…
mesentary
supports the small intestines/cellophane like membrane
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Chapter 40: Amphibians
Preadaption
Metamorphosis
Toad
Frog
Adaptions in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new fun…
Change from an aquatic larval stage to terrestrial adult form
Means rough, bumpy skin
Means smooth, moist skin
Preadaption
Adaptions in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new fun…
Metamorphosis
Change from an aquatic larval stage to terrestrial adult form
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chapter 40 amphibians
Preadaptations
Amphibian
Metamorphosis
Frog
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
double" and "life"
change from an aquatic larval stage to a terrestrial adult form
refers to anurans having smooth, moist skin,
Preadaptations
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
Amphibian
double" and "life"
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Chapter 25: Amphibians
Carnivore
Chromatophores
Direct development
Double circulation
An animal that feeds on flesh
a cell or plastid that contains pigment
Doesn't have a larval stage
two loops in the body in which blood circulates, one is oxyge…
Carnivore
An animal that feeds on flesh
Chromatophores
a cell or plastid that contains pigment
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