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26 terms
Fish and Amphibians
pulmonary loop
systemic loop
Chordata
vertebrates
the loop that runs from the heart to the lungs returning with…
the loop that runs from the heart to the body carrying oxygen…
members of the animal kingdom that share these 4 characterist…
members of chordata that have a bony cranium, backbone, and a…
pulmonary loop
the loop that runs from the heart to the lungs returning with…
systemic loop
the loop that runs from the heart to the body carrying oxygen…
Fish and Amphibians
Aestivation
Agnatha
Chondrichthyes
Cutaneous Respiration
Summer dormancy
Jawless fish
Cartilaginous fish
Respiration of lungs supplemented with gas exchange through t…
Aestivation
Summer dormancy
Agnatha
Jawless fish
Amphibians and Fish
American Bullfrog
American Toad
Bluegill
Brook Trout
American Bullfrog
American Toad
16 terms
Fishes and Amphibians
phylum fish
agnatha fish
chondrichthyes fish
osteichthyes fish
chordate
jawless
cartilaginous
boney
phylum fish
chordate
agnatha fish
jawless
fish,amphibians
gills
liver
lung
swim bladder
organs that take oxegen out of the water
an organ that cleans blood and helps digest food
organs that takes oxogen out of the air
an organ that is filled with gasses to allow a fish to float
gills
organs that take oxegen out of the water
liver
an organ that cleans blood and helps digest food
15 terms
Fish and Amphibians
Superclass Agnatha
Class Myxini
Class Petromyzontes
Superclass Gnathostomata
...
Hagfish
Lamprey
...
Superclass Agnatha
...
Class Myxini
Hagfish
Fish & Amphibians
What characteristics are shared by all…
What is an appendicular skeleton?
What are the different classes of vert…
What is a lateral line?
nerve tube, notochord, pharyngeal slits and post-anal tail
The appendage bones and wide, flat girdles
• Class Agnatha - jawless fish ... • Class Amphibia- salamander…
The system that lets a fish know when another one moves so th…
What characteristics are shared by all…
nerve tube, notochord, pharyngeal slits and post-anal tail
What is an appendicular skeleton?
The appendage bones and wide, flat girdles
27 terms
amphibians and fish
cloaca
4 ways amphibians respire
hibernate
ectotherms
a chamber that receives the digestive wastes, urinary waste,…
1) gills when young... 2) skin... 3) lungs... 4) lining of the mouth
to pass the winter in a dormant state
animals that obtain body heat from the external environment
cloaca
a chamber that receives the digestive wastes, urinary waste,…
4 ways amphibians respire
1) gills when young... 2) skin... 3) lungs... 4) lining of the mouth
41 terms
Fish to Amphibians
Breathing and moving (locomotion)
Live in water... Gills... Cold blooded... Scales
Agnatha (no jaw)... Pikaia... Chondrichthyes…
They have a swim bladder
Two main challenges for an animal living on land rather than…
Characteristics of Fish
The four fish subgroups
Chondrichthyes are special because...
Breathing and moving (locomotion)
Two main challenges for an animal living on land rather than…
Live in water... Gills... Cold blooded... Scales
Characteristics of Fish
Fish and amphibians
Frogs toads newts and salamanders
short
have
do not have
Four examples of amphibians
Frogs and toads have a (long,short) backbone
Frogs (have, do not have) teeth
Toads (have, do not have) teeth
Frogs toads newts and salamanders
Four examples of amphibians
short
Frogs and toads have a (long,short) backbone
29 terms
Fish and Amphibians
What are characteristics of Fish?
Fish have diverse methods of feeding.…
What are the steps food takes through…
How do fish breathe?
-Aquatic vertebrates (Have a backbone.)... -Paired Fins (Have fi…
-Herbivores... -Carnivores ... -Parasites... -Filter Feeders ... -Detritu…
-Mouth... -Esophagus... -Stomach... -In the stomach enzymes are added…
Fish use gills to pull oxygen out of the water. (Waterfalls a…
What are characteristics of Fish?
-Aquatic vertebrates (Have a backbone.)... -Paired Fins (Have fi…
Fish have diverse methods of feeding.…
-Herbivores... -Carnivores ... -Parasites... -Filter Feeders ... -Detritu…
fish and amphibians
fish 3 characteristics
3 groups of fish
Agnatha
Chondrichthyes
paired fins, scales, gills
Agnatha, Chondrichthyes, Osteichthyes
jawless fish; lampreys and hagfish
cartilaginous fish; sharks, skates, rays
fish 3 characteristics
paired fins, scales, gills
3 groups of fish
Agnatha, Chondrichthyes, Osteichthyes
18 terms
Fish & Amphibians
Chordate
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouch
Vertebra
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
A flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
one of a pair of structures in the throat region of a chordate
Backbones
Chordate
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
Notochord
A flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
47 terms
Amphibians & Fish
Taxonomy: Salamanders
Taxonomy: Frogs
Life Span of Amphibian
Female Frogs
Caudata
Anuras
55 Years
More round body shape
Taxonomy: Salamanders
Caudata
Taxonomy: Frogs
Anuras
16 terms
Fish & amphibians
Chorde
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouch
Vertebrate
Bend in the shaft of the peni
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
one of a pair of structures in the throat region of a chordate
An animal with a backbone
Chorde
Bend in the shaft of the peni
Notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
amphibians & fish
Amphibians
Xenopus
How to pick up an amphibian
Bullfrogs
scaleless, ectothermic, begin life in water
skin secretions have antimicrobial properties; female has lar…
1. Pick up with wet gloves. (Although some labs do not wear g…
external tympanic membrane caudal to each eye, same diameter…
Amphibians
scaleless, ectothermic, begin life in water
Xenopus
skin secretions have antimicrobial properties; female has lar…
Fish/Amphibians
Jawless Fish
Cartilaginous Fish
Bony Fish
Frog
Any of various primitive fish of the class Agnatha that lack…
any fish of the class Chondrichthyes, including the sharks, s…
any fish of the class Osteichthyes, characterized by gill cov…
any tailless, stout-bodied amphibian of the order Anura, incl…
Jawless Fish
Any of various primitive fish of the class Agnatha that lack…
Cartilaginous Fish
any fish of the class Chondrichthyes, including the sharks, s…
16 terms
Fish & Amphibians
Chordate
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouch
Vertebra
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
one of a pair of structures in the throat region of a chordate
vertebr/o
Chordate
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
Notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
18 terms
Fish & Amphibians
Chordate
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouch
Vertabra
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
one of a pair of structures in the throat region of a chordate
backbone
Chordate
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
Notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
17 terms
Fish & Amphibians
Chordate
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouch
Vertebrate
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
one of a pair of structures in the throat region of a chordate
An animal with a backbone
Chordate
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
Notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
Fish & Amphibians
vertebral column
cranium
lamprey
hagfish
spine
skull
agnathan; jawless fish; cyclostome--circular mouth
marine; tie themselves in knots to escape predator
vertebral column
spine
cranium
skull
39 terms
Fishes and Amphibians
notochord
pharyngeal pouches (pouches in the pha…
what is the difference between a verte…
the two kinds of non-vertebrate chorda…
long supporting rod that runs through a chordate's body just…
gills
vertebrates have backbones
tunicates and lancelets
notochord
long supporting rod that runs through a chordate's body just…
pharyngeal pouches (pouches in the pha…
gills
23 terms
Fish & Amphibians
The ____ era is known as the Age of Fi…
____&____ are the 2 extant groups of j…
Name the two major evolutionary events…
Compare the characteristics between th…
...
...
...
...
The ____ era is known as the Age of Fi…
...
____&____ are the 2 extant groups of j…
...
Fish and Amphibians
fish
eel
sea horse
salmon
fish
eel
Fish & Amphibians
Chordate
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouch
Vertebrate
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
one of a pair of structures in the throat region of a chordate
An animal with a backbone
Chordate
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
Notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
Amphibians and Fish
Mudpuppy
Tiger salamander
Spotted salamander
Red backed salamander
class: amphibia ... order: urodela
class: amphibia... order: urodela
class: amphibia ... order: urodela
class: amphibia... order: urodela
Mudpuppy
class: amphibia ... order: urodela
Tiger salamander
class: amphibia... order: urodela
14 terms
Fish & Amphibians
What are the functions of fish fins?
What does the "lateral line" of fish do?
What causes oxygen to go into a fish's…
What happens with marine fish concerni…
Propulsion, steering, stability`
Sense vibration in the water
Water and blood flow in opposite directions
Water flows out of the fish ... Water flows into the fish
What are the functions of fish fins?
Propulsion, steering, stability`
What does the "lateral line" of fish do?
Sense vibration in the water
18 terms
Fish and amphibians
Chordate
Notochord
Pharyngeal
Vertebra
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
pertaining to the pharynx
vertebr/o
Chordate
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
Notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
Fish and Amphibians
Jawless fish
Cartilaginous Fish
Bony fish
Frog
Agnatha is a superclass of jawless fish in the phylum Chordata,
Chondrichthyes is a class that contains the cartilaginous fis…
are a taxonomic group of fish that have bone, as opposed to c…
Frogs are a diverse and largely carnivorous group of short-bo…
Jawless fish
Agnatha is a superclass of jawless fish in the phylum Chordata,
Cartilaginous Fish
Chondrichthyes is a class that contains the cartilaginous fis…
Fish and Amphibians
Ichthyology
Ectothermic
Endothermic
Pyloric ceca
study of fish
cannot produce their own body heat, so body temperature chang…
animal controls and regulates its temperature by controlling…
fingerlike pouches that secrete digestive enzymes
Ichthyology
study of fish
Ectothermic
cannot produce their own body heat, so body temperature chang…
17 terms
Fish and amphibians
Chordate
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouch
Vertbrea
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
one of a pair of structures in the throat region of a chordate
vertebral
Chordate
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
Notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
17 terms
Fish and amphibians
Chordate
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouch
Vertebra
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
one of a pair of structures in the throat region of a chordate
Backbones
Chordate
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
Notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
17 terms
Fish and amphibians
Chordate
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouch
Vertebrae
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
one of a pair of structures in the throat region of a chordate
spondyl/o
Chordate
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
Notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
Fish and Amphibians
agnathans
atrium
cartilage
chondrichthyes
jawless fish like hagfish or lampreys
the first chamber of the fish heart, pumps to the ventricle
lightweight strong flexible tissue
cartilaginous jawed fishes
agnathans
jawless fish like hagfish or lampreys
atrium
the first chamber of the fish heart, pumps to the ventricle
Fish and amphibians
The vertebrate classes are:... *... *... * ____…
The domain of vertebrate is :... Kingdom:…
Skeletons of cartilage, jawlesss
Class:______ skeletons of cartilage
Hagfishes... Lampreys... Shark,rays, and skates... Ratfishes... Ray finne…
Eukaraya ... Animalia ... Chordata ... Vertebrata
Agnatha
Chondrichthyes
The vertebrate classes are:... *... *... * ____…
Hagfishes... Lampreys... Shark,rays, and skates... Ratfishes... Ray finne…
The domain of vertebrate is :... Kingdom:…
Eukaraya ... Animalia ... Chordata ... Vertebrata
40 terms
Amphibians and Fish
Aquatic
Terrestrial
Lungs
Internal Organs
As larvae, Amphibians are
As adults, most amphibians are
As adults, Amphibians have adapted
Amphibians use ribs to support and protect
Aquatic
As larvae, Amphibians are
Terrestrial
As adults, most amphibians are
13 terms
Amphibians and Fish
Jawless Fish
Cartilaginous Fish
Bony Fish
Swim Bladder
Have no scales and have flexible bodies made of cartlage
Have scales and skeletons are made of cartilage
Have skeletons made of bone, include 95% of fish
Holds gases that change the fishes buoyancy when the fish nee…
Jawless Fish
Have no scales and have flexible bodies made of cartlage
Cartilaginous Fish
Have scales and skeletons are made of cartilage
fish and amphibians
Preadaptations
Metamorphosis
Toad
Frog
adaptations in an ancestral group that allow a shift to new f…
Most change from an aquatic larval stage to a terrestrial adu…
commonly used for any 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
Most change from an aquatic larval stage to a terrestrial adu…
Fish and amphibians
Chordate
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouch
Vertabra
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
in developing chordates, the paired openings found in the are…
backbone
Chordate
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
Notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
17 terms
Fish and amphibians
chordate
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouch
Vertebra
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
one of a pair of structures in the throat region of a chordate
An animal with a backbone
chordate
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
Notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
18 terms
Fish and amphibians
Chordate
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouch
Vertebrae
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
one of a pair of structures in the throat region of a chordate
spondyl/o
Chordate
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
Notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
52 terms
Amphibians and fish
Amphibians skin
Amphibians body
Amphibians hatch
Tadpoles
Their skin has no covenring
Head, trunk, legs. Some have tails. Like salamander and newts…
They hatch from eggs laid in water. They are called tadpoles…
Live in water. They breathe trough gills.
Amphibians skin
Their skin has no covenring
Amphibians body
Head, trunk, legs. Some have tails. Like salamander and newts…
Fish and Amphibians
Chemoreceptors
Dorsal hollow nerve cord
Gill Rakers
Lateral Line System
Detect chemicals in the water
Characteristic of Chordate... Becomes Spinal Chord
Filter water on the inner surface of a shark's gills
Sense vibration in the water (detect predators and movements…
Chemoreceptors
Detect chemicals in the water
Dorsal hollow nerve cord
Characteristic of Chordate... Becomes Spinal Chord
Fish and Amphibians
Cartilage
Spawning
Lateral Line System
Scales
Tough, flexible material used for support in agnathans, shark…
Reproduction in fish.
Line of fluid-filled canals running aline the sides if a fish…
Thin, bony plates formed from the skin.
Cartilage
Tough, flexible material used for support in agnathans, shark…
Spawning
Reproduction in fish.
Fish and Amphibians
vertebral column
cranium
lamprey
hagfish
spine
skull
agnathan; jawless fish; cyclostome--circular mouth
marine; tie themselves in knots to escape predator
vertebral column
spine
cranium
skull
Fish and Amphibians
Chordate
Notochord
Pharyngeal Pouch
Vertebrae
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
one of a pair of structures in the throat region of a chordate
backbones
Chordate
Animals with a notochord, most have a backbone.
Notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
12 terms
Fish and Amphibians
Atrium
Cartilage
Fin
Lateral Line System
Upper chamber of the heart that receives blood from the rest…
A connective tissue that is more flexible than bone and that…
Paddle-shaped structure on a fish/other aquatic animal used f…
Enables fish to detect movement in the water and helps keep t…
Atrium
Upper chamber of the heart that receives blood from the rest…
Cartilage
A connective tissue that is more flexible than bone and that…
Fish and Amphibians
Fish Facts
Jawless (Agnatha) Fish
Cartilaginous Fish (Chondrichthyes)
Bony Fish (Actinopterygii)
Marine fish comprise of 25% of all vertebrate species.... Three…
Evolved around 500 mya... No jaws, paired fins, or scales... Muscul…
First appeared 450 mya... Predators and Planktivores... Skeleton ma…
We eat these... We know more about them then the two... Tons of var…
Fish Facts
Marine fish comprise of 25% of all vertebrate species.... Three…
Jawless (Agnatha) Fish
Evolved around 500 mya... No jaws, paired fins, or scales... Muscul…
38 terms
fish and amphibians
chordata
vertebrata
cyclostomata
chondrichthyes
phylum of organisms with a dorsal backbone
subphylum of organisms with a backbone
jawless fish, cartilage, lampreys
cartilage skeletons (sharks, rays, skates)
chordata
phylum of organisms with a dorsal backbone
vertebrata
subphylum of organisms with a backbone
fish and amphibians
vertebrate
endotherm
ectotherm
lateral line
an animal that has a backbone
an animal that can use body heat from chemical reactions in t…
an organism that needs sources of itself
is a row of tiny sense organs that detect water vibrations.
vertebrate
an animal that has a backbone
endotherm
an animal that can use body heat from chemical reactions in t…
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