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14 terms
Mammals - Birds -Reptiles - Amphibians
food chain
herbivore
carnivore
omnivore
transfer of food energy from plants to a series of animals; p…
an animal that eats only plants
an animal that eats on the flesh from other animals
an animal that eats both plants and animals
food chain
transfer of food energy from plants to a series of animals; p…
herbivore
an animal that eats only plants
22 terms
Birds, Amphibians and Reptiles
Amphibian
Reptile
Osteichthyes
Amphibian
Class?
Class?
Class?
Class?
Amphibian
Class?
Reptile
Class?
34 terms
Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals
Order Chiroptera
Order Primates
Order Cetacea
Order Carnivora
Bats
Monkeys
Dolphins and Whales
Meat-eating mammals
Order Chiroptera
Bats
Order Primates
Monkeys
30 terms
Birds, amphibians and reptiles
Buteo jamaicensis
Accipter cooperii
Accipitridae
Cardinālida
Red-tailed Hawk
Cooper's Hawk
Family for hawks
Family for cardinals
Buteo jamaicensis
Red-tailed Hawk
Accipter cooperii
Cooper's Hawk
32 terms
reptiles, amphibians, birds
fire-bellied toad
poison dart frog
south american horned frog
african clawed frog
fire-bellied toad
poison dart frog
56 terms
Amphibians, Reptiles, & Birds
tadpole
mucous gland
pulmonary circulation
systemic circulation
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…
the movement of blood from the heart to all parts of the body…
tadpole
the aquatic, fishlike larva of a frog or toad.
mucous gland
a gland in the skin of an amphibian that produces lubricants…
26 terms
ans. birds, amphibians, reptiles
african grey parrot
amazon parrots
budgies
canaries
african grey parrot
amazon parrots
85 terms
Birds/Reptiles/Amphibians Identification
Chickadee
Killdeer
Wood Pewee
Phoebe
...
Chickadee
Killdeer
25 terms
Amphibians, Reptiles, Mammals, Birds
The one thing that all four classes ha…
How much of their life does an amphibi…
How much of their life does a reptile…
How much of their life does a bird spe…
All vertebrae
Amphibians spend part of their life in the water.
A reptile spends some of their life in the water, some of the…
None, they spend their entire life on land.
The one thing that all four classes ha…
All vertebrae
How much of their life does an amphibi…
Amphibians spend part of their life in the water.
25 terms
Birds, Reptiles, fish and amphibians
in most vertebrates the notochord is r…
most adult amphibians breathe with
reptiles reproduce by
amphibian larvae and fish breathe
back bone or vertebral column
lungs
internal fertilization
gills
in most vertebrates the notochord is r…
back bone or vertebral column
most adult amphibians breathe with
lungs
48 terms
birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish
der Vogel
die Feder
der Flügel
die Klaue
birb
feather
wings
claw
der Vogel
birb
die Feder
feather
13 terms
Reptiles Amphibians and Birds
Ectothermic
Wild-Caught
Research Use of reptiles
purpose of the UV light
cold blooded, need external temperature control
Never bred for research purposes
Anatomy and research
because prone to metabolic disease
Ectothermic
cold blooded, need external temperature control
Wild-Caught
Never bred for research purposes
Amphibians, Birds, Mammals & Reptiles
Amphibian Legs
Amphibian Heart
Amphibian Gills change to
Reptile ribcage
extend sideways
3
lungs
expandable
Amphibian Legs
extend sideways
Amphibian Heart
3
16 terms
Amphibians, Reptiles, Mammals, Birds
Class: Amphibian
Class: Reptiles
Class: Birds
Class: Mammals
Tetrapods
Reptilia
Aves
Mammalia
Class: Amphibian
Tetrapods
Class: Reptiles
Reptilia
36 terms
amphibians reptiles birds mammals
Class Amphibia
Osteichthyes
Jointed
Mucus Glands
Double Life
Class amphibians most likely evolved from
amphibians legs are ____ to allow for efficient walking
how do amphibians keep skin from drying out
Class Amphibia
Double Life
Osteichthyes
Class amphibians most likely evolved from
37 terms
amphibians, reptiles and birds
subphylum vertebrata
class amphibia
poikilothermic
class reptilia
classes amphibian, reptilian, aves
"double life" aquatic larvae, gills and lateral line system n…
cannot maintain a stable body temperature-it conforms to the…
amniotic egg with watertight shell, and own supply of nutrien…
subphylum vertebrata
classes amphibian, reptilian, aves
class amphibia
"double life" aquatic larvae, gills and lateral line system n…
20 terms
Fish Amphibians Reptiles Birds
invertebrates
symmetry
radial symmetry
bilateral symmetry
no vertebrae or backbone, simple
vertebrates structure
circular body
left and right halves ex.one eye you see better
invertebrates
no vertebrae or backbone, simple
symmetry
vertebrates structure
21 terms
Science- amphibians, reptiles, birds
habitat
Breeding
Gas exchange
ectotherm
A place in an ecosystem where in organism lives
Mating in production of offspring
exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide during respiration
animal that has to use the environment to generate internal h…
habitat
A place in an ecosystem where in organism lives
Breeding
Mating in production of offspring
20 terms
Amphibians, reptiles, and birds
double life
poikilothermic
3
vascularized skin, mucous membrane of…
Amphibian means
cannot maintain a stable body temperature- it conforms to the…
class amphibian have how many chambers in the heart?
respiratory for amphibians occurs in
double life
Amphibian means
poikilothermic
cannot maintain a stable body temperature- it conforms to the…
20 terms
Amphibians, Reptiles, and Birds
Amphibians
Ectotherms
Clade Gymnophiona
Clade Caudata
Most Skin... Respiration-lungs skin or gills ... Aquatic Repro... Gela…
regulate temperatureusing external sources
Cacilians ... Primarily Tropical fosssoril or aquatic ... Limbless…
Salamanders and Newts ... Ancestral Body from 4 legs and tail... Mo…
Amphibians
Most Skin... Respiration-lungs skin or gills ... Aquatic Repro... Gela…
Ectotherms
regulate temperatureusing external sources
36 terms
Birds Reptiles Amphibians
canary
crow
dove
duck
el canario
el cuervo
la palamoa
el pato
canary
el canario
crow
el cuervo
59 terms
Amphibians, Reptiles and Birds
Kingdom
Phylum
Sub-Phylum
Age of the Amphibians
Animalia
Chordata
Vertebrata
carboniferous
Kingdom
Animalia
Phylum
Chordata
13 terms
Mammal, Amphibian, Reptiles, Birds
have hair or fur that covers its skin
give birth to live young
young drink milk from their mother bod…
breathe air with lungs
mammal
mammal
mammal
mammal
have hair or fur that covers its skin
mammal
give birth to live young
mammal
37 terms
Spanish Reptiles, Amphibians, and Birds
Reptiles
Caimán
Cocodrilo
Lagarto
Reptiles
Alligator
Crocodile
Lizard
Reptiles
Reptiles
Caimán
Alligator
Amphibians, Reptiles, and Birds
Salamanders
Frogs
Caecilians
Amnion (extraembryonic membrane)
recognizable by their tails
no tails as adults, metamorphosis is common but not universal
no limbs, burrowing and wormlike, with no eyes
protects against dehydration and mechanical shock
Salamanders
recognizable by their tails
Frogs
no tails as adults, metamorphosis is common but not universal
60 terms
Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals
Amphibians
Examples
Eyelids
Small lungs
Class Amphibia and have jointed appendages
salamanders, frogs, toads, newts
keeps eyes moist
Present in adults, gas exchange also occurs across moist skin
Amphibians
Class Amphibia and have jointed appendages
Examples
salamanders, frogs, toads, newts
23 terms
Mammals, Reptiles, Birds, Amphibians
Amphibians: Groups?
Amphibians: Feeding
Amphibians:Respiration
Amphibians: Circulation
Salamanders, Frogs and Toads, Caecilians
Adult amphibians almost entirely carnivorous. Digestive waste…
Gas exchange occurs through the skin as well as the gills. Lu…
Circulatory System forms a double loop. Each loop takes blood…
Amphibians: Groups?
Salamanders, Frogs and Toads, Caecilians
Amphibians: Feeding
Adult amphibians almost entirely carnivorous. Digestive waste…
60 terms
Amphibians, Reptiles, and Birds
What does "Amphi" mean?
What does "bios" mean?
What kind of life do amphibians have?…
How many orders of amphibians are there?
both
life
aquatic and terrestrial
3
What does "Amphi" mean?
both
What does "bios" mean?
life
11 terms
reptiles and amphibians/ birds
Reptiles need to know
Reptiles used in research for?
what needs to be supplemented in lizards
What type of lighting is needed?
ectothermic, wild caught, usually dry skin (scaley) have lung…
anatomy/comparative physiology
calcium
UV
Reptiles need to know
ectothermic, wild caught, usually dry skin (scaley) have lung…
Reptiles used in research for?
anatomy/comparative physiology
26 terms
Amphibians, Reptiles, and Birds
What is the term that means a baby dev…
What is the term that means a baby dev…
What is the term that means a baby dev…
What are the six things that classify…
Viviparous
Oviparous
Ovoviviparous
Oviparous with external fertilization, endoskeleton, up to fo…
What is the term that means a baby dev…
Viviparous
What is the term that means a baby dev…
Oviparous
13 terms
Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, and Birds
Subphylum
Axial skeleton
Appendicular skeleton
Fishes and sharks
Vertebra (has backbone, brain protected by skull)
Skull and backbone
Limbs or fins, two sets of paired appendages
Aquatic vertebrates ... Scales ... Fins ... Pharyngeal gills
Subphylum
Vertebra (has backbone, brain protected by skull)
Axial skeleton
Skull and backbone
9 terms
Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, and Birds
Axial Skeleton
Appendicular skeleton
Fishes and Sharks: Class: Agnatha
Fishes and Sharks: Class: Chondrichthyes
skull and backbone
two sets of paired appendages
jawless fish
Cartilaginous fishes... Ampullae of lorenzini... Lateral line system
Axial Skeleton
skull and backbone
Appendicular skeleton
two sets of paired appendages
62 terms
Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals
perennibranchiate
caducibranchiate
Leiopelma
Hochstetters
fully aquatic, weak limbs, retain gills through life. w 2x ex…
larval gills lost when adult moves through to terrestrial sta…
What genus are NZ frogs in?
Wich NZ frog genus is semi aquatic
perennibranchiate
fully aquatic, weak limbs, retain gills through life. w 2x ex…
caducibranchiate
larval gills lost when adult moves through to terrestrial sta…
29 terms
fish, amphibians, reptiles, and birds
sub-phylum vertebrata
axial skeleton
appendicular skeleton
fish & sharks: class agnatha
has a backbone; brain protected by skull
skull and backbones
limbs or fins, two sets of paired appendages
- jawless fish (lamprey, hagfish)... - eel-like in form with a s…
sub-phylum vertebrata
has a backbone; brain protected by skull
axial skeleton
skull and backbones
24 terms
Mammals, Amphibians, Reptiles, and Birds
Lung
Tadpole
Metamorphosis
Amniotic Egg
A respiratory organ in which oxygen from the air is exchanged…
The aquatic, fish-shaped larva of a frog or toad
A process in the life cycle of many animals during which a ra…
A type of egg that is surrounded by a membrane, the amnion, a…
Lung
A respiratory organ in which oxygen from the air is exchanged…
Tadpole
The aquatic, fish-shaped larva of a frog or toad
32 terms
Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals
Amphibian
Lung
Tadpole
Metamorphosis
Double Life
A respiratory organ in which oxygen from the air is exchanged…
The aquatic, fish shaped larva of a frog or toad
A phase in the life cycle of many animals during which rapid…
Amphibian
Double Life
Lung
A respiratory organ in which oxygen from the air is exchanged…
62 terms
Fish, amphibians, reptiles, and birds
Subphylum: vertebrata
Axial skeleton
Appendicular skeleton
Muscles
Has a backbone and a brain protected by a skull
Skull and backbone
Limbs or fins, two sets of paired appendages
____ allow for movement
Subphylum: vertebrata
Has a backbone and a brain protected by a skull
Axial skeleton
Skull and backbone
12 terms
Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, and Birds
Axial Skeleton
Appendicular skeleton
Fishes and Sharks: Reproduction
Fishes and Sharks: Class: Agnatha
skull and backbone
limbs or fins, two sets of paired appendages
1. Oviparous... 2.Ovoviviparous... 3.Viviparous
jawless fish; eel-like with a sucker mouth
Axial Skeleton
skull and backbone
Appendicular skeleton
limbs or fins, two sets of paired appendages
12 terms
Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, and Birds
Axial Skeleton
Appendicular skeleton
Fishes and Sharks: Reproduction
Fishes and Sharks: Class: Agnatha
skull and backbone
limbs or fins, two sets of paired appendages
1. Oviparous... 2.Ovoviviparous... 3.Viviparous
jawless fish; eel-like with a sucker mouth
Axial Skeleton
skull and backbone
Appendicular skeleton
limbs or fins, two sets of paired appendages
17 terms
Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians and Insects
pheasant
vulture
woodpecker
rattlesnake
bażant
sęp
dzięcioł
grzechotnik
pheasant
bażant
vulture
sęp
73 terms
Lab- Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds
Phylum Chordata... Class Amphibia... Order U…
Phylum Chordata... Class Amphibia... Order A…
Complications of Terrestrial Invasion
Amphibians are quadrapedal tetrapods w…
salamanders
frogs, toads
-Oxygen content... -Density of Air... -Temperature regulation... -Habi…
four limbs, walk on all fours
Phylum Chordata... Class Amphibia... Order U…
salamanders
Phylum Chordata... Class Amphibia... Order A…
frogs, toads
12 terms
Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, and Birds
Axial Skeleton
Appendicular skeleton
Fishes and Sharks: Reproduction
Fishes and Sharks: Class: Agnatha
skull and backbone
limbs or fins, two sets of paired appendages
1. Oviparous... 2.Ovoviviparous... 3.Viviparous
jawless fish; eel-like with a sucker mouth
Axial Skeleton
skull and backbone
Appendicular skeleton
limbs or fins, two sets of paired appendages
Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals
Tetrapods
Amphibians
Amphibian orders
Amniotes
- amphibians, reptiles and mammals... - pre-adaptation for land…
-appeared 370 mya... - gas exchange: by gills in larvae, by lung…
- salamanders: tails... - frogs: no tails as adults, metamorphos…
-reptiles, birds, mammals... - embyro protected and nourished by…
Tetrapods
- amphibians, reptiles and mammals... - pre-adaptation for land…
Amphibians
-appeared 370 mya... - gas exchange: by gills in larvae, by lung…
9 terms
Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals
Tetrapods
Amphibians
Amphibian orders
Amniotes
- amphibians, reptiles and mammals... - pre-adaptation for land…
-appeared 370 mya... - gas exchange: by gills in larvae, by lung…
- salamanders: tails... - frogs: no tails as adults, metamorphos…
-reptiles, birds, mammals... - embyro protected and nourished by…
Tetrapods
- amphibians, reptiles and mammals... - pre-adaptation for land…
Amphibians
-appeared 370 mya... - gas exchange: by gills in larvae, by lung…
50 terms
The Amphibians, Reptiles, and Birds
Urodela, Anura, Apoda
tails, salamanders
lack tails, frogs and toads
Caecilians, lack legs
Three main orders of Amphibians
What does the order Urodela have and what is in it?
What does order Anura lack and what is in the order
What does order Apoda have and what do they lack?
Urodela, Anura, Apoda
Three main orders of Amphibians
tails, salamanders
What does the order Urodela have and what is in it?
43 terms
Fish, birds, reptiles and amphibians
What are the characteristics of Chorda…
What are the characteristics of the ve…
What is a notochord and where is it lo…
What are tetrapods, and what sort of a…
Dorsal hollow nerve chord ... Notochord ventral to nerve chord…
Bone ... Gills ... Dorsal nerve chord ... 3 parts to brain ... Taste…
It is located ventral to the nerve chord and it is like a car…
Four footed animals... Fish are their ancestors
What are the characteristics of Chorda…
Dorsal hollow nerve chord ... Notochord ventral to nerve chord…
What are the characteristics of the ve…
Bone ... Gills ... Dorsal nerve chord ... 3 parts to brain ... Taste…
29 terms
Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals
Kingdom
Phylum
Bony Fish
Cartilaginous Fish
Animalia
Chordata
Osteichthyes
Chondrichthyes
Kingdom
Animalia
Phylum
Chordata
62 terms
Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals
53. The Anura differ from the Urodela…
The term "tetrapods"...... -refers to the…
The Urodela...... -are hermaphroditic.... -a…
When a salamander retains juvenile fea…
-lack a tail in the adult stage.... -have hind legs adapted for…
-all of these choices are correct.
-retain their tail permanently.
-paedomorphosis.
53. The Anura differ from the Urodela…
-lack a tail in the adult stage.... -have hind legs adapted for…
The term "tetrapods"...... -refers to the…
-all of these choices are correct.
12 terms
Amphibian, Bird, Reptile
Cloaca
Nictitating membrane
tympanic membrane
Ectotherm
a muscular cavity at the end of the large intestine through w…
a protective fold of skin in the eyes of reptiles and birds a…
Eardrum
an animal whose body temperature varies with the temperature…
Cloaca
a muscular cavity at the end of the large intestine through w…
Nictitating membrane
a protective fold of skin in the eyes of reptiles and birds a…
26 terms
Amphibian, Reptile and Bird Taxonomy
Amphibia
Reptilia
Mammalia
Aves
a Class of Tetrapod animals which are characterized by;... ... • T…
a Class of Tetrapod animals ... • L. repto, to creep... • Lungs an…
a Class of Tetrapod animal which are characterized by;... ... milk…
a Class of Tetrapod animals which are characterized by;... ... -
Amphibia
a Class of Tetrapod animals which are characterized by;... ... • T…
Reptilia
a Class of Tetrapod animals ... • L. repto, to creep... • Lungs an…
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