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Chordates and Fishes
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notochord
dorsal nerve chord
pharyngeal pouch
Chordate 3 features: notochord, dorsal nerve cord, pharyngeal…
Chordate 3 features: ______, dorsal nerve cord, pharyngeal po…
Chordate 3 features: notochord, ________, pharyngeal pouch
Chordate 3 features: notochord, dorsal nerve cord, _______
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Chordate 3 features: notochord, dorsal nerve cord, pharyngeal…
notochord
Chordate 3 features: ______, dorsal nerve cord, pharyngeal po…
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Chordates and Fishes
Phylum
Urochordates, Vertebrates, Cephalochor…
Notochord, Dorsal hollow nerve chord,…
A flexible rod that gives animals supp…
The term chordates is a?
3 groups of chordates?
4 characteristics all chordates possess?
What is a notochord?
Phylum
The term chordates is a?
Urochordates, Vertebrates, Cephalochor…
3 groups of chordates?
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Chordates and Fishes
Notochord
Dorsal Tubular Nerve Chord
Pharyngeal Gill Slits
Endostyle
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
is tube shaped and located above the digestive tract and deve…
all chordates share this, appear in the pharynx at some stage…
in chordates, it secrets mucus that traps particles, and is a…
Notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
Dorsal Tubular Nerve Chord
is tube shaped and located above the digestive tract and deve…
45 terms
Chordates and Fishes
Aorta
Atrium
Coelom
Dorsal
main artery of the body
two upper cavities of the heart
body cavity between the intestinal canal and the body wall
upper side
Aorta
main artery of the body
Atrium
two upper cavities of the heart
44 terms
Chordates and Fishes
Notochord
Dorsal tubular nerve chord
Pharyngeal gill slits
Endostyle
A flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
the dorsal tubular cord of nervous tissue above the notochord…
all chordates share this, appear in the pharynx at some stage…
in chordates, it secrets mucus that traps particles, and is a…
Notochord
A flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
Dorsal tubular nerve chord
the dorsal tubular cord of nervous tissue above the notochord…
44 terms
Chordates and Fishes
Notochord
Dorsal Tubular Nerve Chord
Pharyngeal Gill Slits
Endostyle
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
the dorsal tubular cord of nervous tissue above the notochord…
all chordates have 3 basic traits; this and dorsal hollow ner…
in chordates, it secrets mucus that traps particles, and is a…
Notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
Dorsal Tubular Nerve Chord
the dorsal tubular cord of nervous tissue above the notochord…
45 terms
chordates and fishes
aorta
atrium
coelom
dorsal
the main artery of the body
two upper cavities of the heart
main body cavity
of, on, or relating to the upper side or back of an animal, p…
aorta
the main artery of the body
atrium
two upper cavities of the heart
44 terms
chordates and fishes
notochord
dorsal tubular nerve chord
pharyngeal gill slits
endostyle
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
is tube shaped and located above the digestive tract and deve…
...
-center of mucus production and on pharynx (like thyroid). Fo…
notochord
A rod of tough, flexible material that runs the length of a c…
dorsal tubular nerve chord
is tube shaped and located above the digestive tract and deve…
Chordates: Fish
Deuterostomes
Phylum Echinodermata
Pedicellarie
4 derived characteristics of chordates
1. Echinodermata ... 2. Chordates
sea stars, sea cucumbers, sea urchin, sea dasies
tiny jaws that cover surface of echinoderm, keep surface clea…
1. notochord ... 2. dorsal nerve cord... 3. pharyngeal slits... 4. pos…
Deuterostomes
1. Echinodermata ... 2. Chordates
Phylum Echinodermata
sea stars, sea cucumbers, sea urchin, sea dasies
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chordates and fishes
aorta
atrium
coelom
dorsal
Largest artery in the body
A heart chamber that receives blood.
body cavity lined with mesoderm
Back
aorta
Largest artery in the body
atrium
A heart chamber that receives blood.
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Chordates - Fish
DEUTEROSTOMIA
Phylum Echinodermata
Phylum Chordata
- Subphylum Cephalachordata
Secondarily evolved radial symmetry from bilateral ancestor (…
1. notochord: semi-rigid rod of cells enclosed by fibrous she…
- Lancelets, closed circulatory system... - diverged early in ev…
DEUTEROSTOMIA
Phylum Echinodermata
Secondarily evolved radial symmetry from bilateral ancestor (…
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Chordates and Fish
Cloaca
Cloaca
Rectal gland
claspers
The digestive tracts exit and opening for reproductive organs
controls salt concentration within the body and releases it i…
aid in mating; males only
Cloaca
The digestive tracts exit and opening for reproductive organs
Cloaca
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Chordates and Fish
Phylum Chordates Overview
4 Features present at some point in th…
Phylum Chordates Characteristics
Phylum Chordates ---> 3 Subphyla
-includes the Subphyla Vertebrate: mammals, fish, amphibians,…
1. Nerve cord : dorsal and hollow ... 2. Notochord: may be repla…
1. Muscles are arranged in segmented blocks called somites ... 2…
1. Urochordata: non-vertebrates... 2. Cephalochordate: non-verte…
Phylum Chordates Overview
-includes the Subphyla Vertebrate: mammals, fish, amphibians,…
4 Features present at some point in th…
1. Nerve cord : dorsal and hollow ... 2. Notochord: may be repla…
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Chordates and Fish
bony fish
jawless fish
cartilaginous fish
swim bladder
Osteichthyes
Agnatha
Chondrichthyes
An internal gas-filled organ that helps a bony fish stabilize…
bony fish
Osteichthyes
jawless fish
Agnatha
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Chordates-Fish
Notochord, dorsal hollow nerve cord, p…
fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mam…
Lancelets and sea squirts
Chondrichthyes and Agnatha
What are the four characteristics that all chordates have?
What are the five groups of vetebrate chordates?
What are the two groups of invertebrate chordates?
Which two groups of fish have cartilaginous skeletons?
Notochord, dorsal hollow nerve cord, p…
What are the four characteristics that all chordates have?
fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mam…
What are the five groups of vetebrate chordates?
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Chordates and Fish
The ___ works like a balloon. Fish are…
All members of Phylum Chordata have th…
To make up for not having a swim bladd…
Ray FInned
Swim Bladder
Notochord
Oily
Ray Finned or Lobe Finned?
The ___ works like a balloon. Fish are…
Swim Bladder
All members of Phylum Chordata have th…
Notochord
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chordates and fish
7 classes of vertebrates?
Examples of Agnatha
Examples of Chondrichthyes
Examples of Osteichthyes
Agnatha, Chondrichthyes, Osteichthyes, Amphibia, Reptilia, Av…
jawless fish, lampreys, hagfish
cartilaginous fish, sharks, rays
bony fish, tuna, bass, salmon, trout
7 classes of vertebrates?
Agnatha, Chondrichthyes, Osteichthyes, Amphibia, Reptilia, Av…
Examples of Agnatha
jawless fish, lampreys, hagfish
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Chordates - fish
catch collagen
Notochord
Pharyngeal slits
Craniates
a unique connective tissue, changes rapidly between solid and…
a semi-rigid rod of cells enclosed by a fibrous sheath that f…
openings in pharyngeal cavity to outside of animal
chordates that have a head
catch collagen
a unique connective tissue, changes rapidly between solid and…
Notochord
a semi-rigid rod of cells enclosed by a fibrous sheath that f…
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Chordates fish
Chordates
Proto chordates
Tunicates
Lancelets
All have a dorsal nerve cord
Don't have dorsal nerve cord
Starts off their life as tadpole like larvae but later grow i…
Have a soft elongated fish shaped body. They burrow in soft s…
Chordates
All have a dorsal nerve cord
Proto chordates
Don't have dorsal nerve cord
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Fish & Chordates
Dorsal, hollow nerve cord
Notochord
Dorsal, hollow nerve cord; notochord;…
Pharyngeal Pouches/Slits
-Turns into spinal cord in vertebrates... -Anterior end grows in…
-Long, flexible support rod ventral to nerve cord... -Most only…
What are the five characteristics of vertebrates?
-Paired Structures in throat region... -Evolved as filter feedin…
Dorsal, hollow nerve cord
-Turns into spinal cord in vertebrates... -Anterior end grows in…
Notochord
-Long, flexible support rod ventral to nerve cord... -Most only…
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Chordates/Fish
All animals put into one of two big gr…
3 chordate subphyla
2
3
Notochord/Nerve Chord/Postanal Tail/Pharyngeal Pouch
Urochordates containing tunicates/sea squirts
cephlochordata containing lancelets
vertebrates containing fish/birds/reptiles/amphibians/mammals
All animals put into one of two big gr…
Notochord/Nerve Chord/Postanal Tail/Pharyngeal Pouch
3 chordate subphyla
Urochordates containing tunicates/sea squirts
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Chordates, Fish
Viviparous
Ovoviviparous
Oviparous
Cloaca
A type of development in which the young obtain their nutrien…
producing living young from eggs that hatch within the body
Eggs hatch outside the mother's body
A common opening for the digestive, urinary, and reproductive…
Viviparous
A type of development in which the young obtain their nutrien…
Ovoviviparous
producing living young from eggs that hatch within the body
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Chordates - Fish
Characteristics
Circulation
Respiration
Operculum
Paired fins, scales and gills
Blood enters then leaves heart and then to gills, then to res…
Water passes over gills-oxygen added. Operculum and some have…
Gill covers
Characteristics
Paired fins, scales and gills
Circulation
Blood enters then leaves heart and then to gills, then to res…
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Chordates: Fish
Classes of Echinodermata (Deuterostomes)
Phylum Echinodermata
Echinodermata movement
Echinodermata surface
-Asteroidea (sea stars)... -Ophiuroidea (brittle stars)... -Echinoi…
-All are marine animals... -Have secondarily evolved radial symm…
-Use a water-vascular system... -Fluid is pushed from muscular a…
-Covered with spines and pedicellariae (tiny jaws that keep t…
Classes of Echinodermata (Deuterostomes)
-Asteroidea (sea stars)... -Ophiuroidea (brittle stars)... -Echinoi…
Phylum Echinodermata
-All are marine animals... -Have secondarily evolved radial symm…
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Chordates and Fish
Chrodate
Chondrichthyes
Osteichthyes
Closed
An animal that has, for at least some stage of its life, a ho…
Cartilage fish sich as sharks, skates, and rays
Bony fish such as bass, tuna, and catfish
Type of single loop ciculatory system in fish
Chrodate
An animal that has, for at least some stage of its life, a ho…
Chondrichthyes
Cartilage fish sich as sharks, skates, and rays
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Fish and Chordates
Viviparous
Ovovipiarous
Oviparous
Cloaca
A type of development in which the young obtain their nutrien…
producing living young from eggs that hatch within the body
Eggs hatch outside the mother's body
A common opening for the digestive, urinary, and reproductive…
Viviparous
A type of development in which the young obtain their nutrien…
Ovovipiarous
producing living young from eggs that hatch within the body
25 terms
Chordates and fish
chordates
notochord
nerve cord
pharyngeal pouches
animals that have 4 characteristics present at some stage of…
supports the animal and extends along the upper part of its b…
tube like structure above the notochord and along the length…
found in the region Between the mouth in the digestive tube a…
chordates
animals that have 4 characteristics present at some stage of…
notochord
supports the animal and extends along the upper part of its b…
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Fish and Chordates
Chordates
Notochord
Pharyngeal Pouches
Vertebral Column
Members of the phylum Chordata
Long supporting rod that runs through the body just below the…
Paired structures in the throat
Backbone
Chordates
Members of the phylum Chordata
Notochord
Long supporting rod that runs through the body just below the…
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Chordates and Fish
Chordate
Cartilage
Atrium
Ventricle
animal that has, for at least some stage of its life, a dorsa…
strong connective tissue that supports the body and is softer…
upper chamber of the heart that receives and holds blood that…
lower chamber of the heart that pumps blood out of the heart
Chordate
animal that has, for at least some stage of its life, a dorsa…
Cartilage
strong connective tissue that supports the body and is softer…
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Fish and chordates
Chordate
Notocord
Pharyngeal Pouches
Post-anal tail
an animal of the large phylum Chordata, comprising the verteb…
cartilaginous skeletal rod supporting the body in all embryon…
Any of a series of five pairs of entodermal outpocketings tha…
an extension of the spinal chord that extends beyond the anim…
Chordate
an animal of the large phylum Chordata, comprising the verteb…
Notocord
cartilaginous skeletal rod supporting the body in all embryon…
chordates and fish
chordates
notochord
nerve cord
pharyngeal pouches
have a notochord, nerve cord, pharyngeal pouches, and a post…
supports the animal and extends along the upper part of its b…
a bundle of nerves that lies above the notochord
found in the region between the mouth and the digestive tube…
chordates
have a notochord, nerve cord, pharyngeal pouches, and a post…
notochord
supports the animal and extends along the upper part of its b…
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Fish and Chordates
Operculum
Single Loop Circulation
Cerebrum
Medulla Oblongata
Gill cover, movement of the operculum allows more water to be…
When blood is passed over the gills where it picks up oxygen,…
Part of the brain that controls thinking and voluntary activi…
Part of the brain that controls the functions of internal org…
Operculum
Gill cover, movement of the operculum allows more water to be…
Single Loop Circulation
When blood is passed over the gills where it picks up oxygen,…
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Chordates and fish
Anadromous
Bulbus arteriosus
Cartilage
Catadromous
...
...
Strong tissue that supports the body and is softer and more f…
...
Anadromous
...
Bulbus arteriosus
...
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Fish and Chordates
Operculum
Single Loop Circulation
Cerebrum
Medulla Oblongata
Gill cover, movement of the operculum allows more water to be…
When blood is passed over the gills where it picks up oxygen,…
Part of the brain that controls thinking and voluntary activi…
Part of the brain that controls the functions of internal org…
Operculum
Gill cover, movement of the operculum allows more water to be…
Single Loop Circulation
When blood is passed over the gills where it picks up oxygen,…
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Chordates - Fish
The ___ is our own clade of the Bilate…
All ___ are marine animals ... A) Echino…
___ have secondary evolved ___ symmetr…
Echinoderms have a calcium containing…
Deuterostomia
A
Echinoderms...radial...bilateral
Endoskeleton
The ___ is our own clade of the Bilate…
Deuterostomia
All ___ are marine animals ... A) Echino…
A
Chordates and Fish
phylum name for chorates
developmental names for chorates
solid rod of cells forming an embryoni…
Does the dorsal nerve cord sit on top…
phylum chordata
radial cleavage, deuterostomes
notocord
on top
phylum name for chorates
phylum chordata
developmental names for chorates
radial cleavage, deuterostomes
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Chordates and fish
Which of the following is NOT a shared…
What is one characteristic that separa…
Which of these are characteristics of…
Pharyngeal slits appear to have functi…
Four chambered heart
Dorsal, hollow nerve chord
A, B, C
suspension feeding devices
Which of the following is NOT a shared…
Four chambered heart
What is one characteristic that separa…
Dorsal, hollow nerve chord
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Chordates: Fish
What are the 4 key characteristics all…
Are most chordates vertebrates?
What is a vertebrate?
In vertebrates, what does the dorsal,…
dorsal, hollow nerve chord; notochord- long supportive rod, b…
yes
a chordate that has a strong supporting structure called the…
the spinal chord
What are the 4 key characteristics all…
dorsal, hollow nerve chord; notochord- long supportive rod, b…
Are most chordates vertebrates?
yes
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Fish and Chordates
What is a notochord?
What subphylum accounts for 99% of all…
What two subphyla are nonvertebrate Ch…
What are in Subphylum Urochordata?
A long supporting rod running through body just below nerve c…
Subphylum Vertebrae
-Subphylum Urochordata... -Subphylum Cephalochordata
Tunicates (sea squirts)
What is a notochord?
A long supporting rod running through body just below nerve c…
What subphylum accounts for 99% of all…
Subphylum Vertebrae
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Chordates and Fish
What are the four characteristics all…
What is a notochord?
What are pharyngeal pouches?
What sub-phylum do tunicates belong to?
A dorsal nerve chord, a notochord, pharyngeal pouches, and tail
A long supporting rod that runs below the nerve chord
Paired structures in the throat region; can become gills
Urochordata
What are the four characteristics all…
A dorsal nerve chord, a notochord, pharyngeal pouches, and tail
What is a notochord?
A long supporting rod that runs below the nerve chord
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Biology chordates/fishes/frogs
Herbivore
Carnivore
Omnivore
Alimentary canal
An animal that eats plants
An animal that eats meat
An animal that eats both plants and meat
Digestive tube
Herbivore
An animal that eats plants
Carnivore
An animal that eats meat
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Early Chordates & Jawless Fishes
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouches
Characteristics of All Chordates
Subphylum Cephalochordata
Stiff but flexible rod of cells that run along the dorsal ner…
* part of digestive tract between mouth & esophagus... Aquatic -…
pharyngeal pouch... notochord... dorsal hollow nerve cord... post-anal…
* lacelets; retain chordate characteristics; Use cilia to bri…
Notochord
Stiff but flexible rod of cells that run along the dorsal ner…
Pharyngeal pouches
* part of digestive tract between mouth & esophagus... Aquatic -…
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Chordates: Invertebrate Chordates & Marine Fishes
ammocoetes
ampullae of Lorenzini
broadcast spawners
cephalochordate
The burrowing freshwater larvae of lampreys.
Organs in sharks and other cartilaginous fishes that can dete…
Fish that release vast quantities of eggs and sperm into the…
An animal belonging to the subphylum Cephalochordata. Also kn…
ammocoetes
The burrowing freshwater larvae of lampreys.
ampullae of Lorenzini
Organs in sharks and other cartilaginous fishes that can dete…
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Chordates: Fishes and Amphibia
Bony Fishes (Osteichthyes)... Phylum Chor…
Buoyancy
Clade Agnatha... Class Petromyzontida
Clade Agnatha... Class Myxini
Dermal scale derived from mesoderm... Operculum over gill chambe…
Add/remove gas in internal air chamber/ air bladder
Lamphreys... Jawless, gill slits, no operculum, vestrigial carti…
Hagfish
Bony Fishes (Osteichthyes)... Phylum Chor…
Dermal scale derived from mesoderm... Operculum over gill chambe…
Buoyancy
Add/remove gas in internal air chamber/ air bladder
45 terms
9 Chordates & Fishes
cranium
notochord
endoskeleton
endocrine system
brain case, skull; protects the brain
flexible, rod-like structure running length of body, protects…
internal skeleton, made of cartilage or bone
fast-acting hormone system
cranium
brain case, skull; protects the brain
notochord
flexible, rod-like structure running length of body, protects…
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Chapter 30 Chordates, Fishes, Amphibians
tunicates and lancelets
single loop- closed circulatory system
gills and kidneys
oviparous
The two groups of nonvertebrate chordates are
Blood flows through the body of a fish in a
Most fishes get rid of waste by
If a species of fish reproduces through external fertilizatio…
tunicates and lancelets
The two groups of nonvertebrate chordates are
single loop- closed circulatory system
Blood flows through the body of a fish in a
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Echinoderms, Invertebrate Chordates, and Fish
Early cleavages in deuterostomes are...
Coelom formation in deuterostomes is...
Enterocoely definition
What is the fate of the blastopore in…
Radial
enterocoelous
Coelom buds from gut
It becomes the anus
Early cleavages in deuterostomes are...
Radial
Coelom formation in deuterostomes is...
enterocoelous
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CH 30 Nonvertebrate Chordates, Fishes and Amphibians
chordate
atrium
ventricle
cerebrum
any animal of the phylum Chordata having a notochord or spina…
upper chamber of the heart that receives and holds blood that…
a chamber of the heart that receives blood from an atrium and…
large part of the brain that controls the senses and thinking
chordate
any animal of the phylum Chordata having a notochord or spina…
atrium
upper chamber of the heart that receives and holds blood that…
9 terms
Chordates, Fishes, and Amphibians
Compare and contrast vertebrates and c…
Describe the benefits and limitations…
Explain the reproductive process of a…
Identify the organ that senses motion…
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Compare and contrast vertebrates and c…
.
Describe the benefits and limitations…
.
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Fishes & Early Chordates
Notocord
Dorsal Nerve Cord
Pharyngeal ("gill") slits
Post-anal tail
Strong Flexible rod like structure that runs along the dorsal…
Derives from the ectoderm, runs above notocord. Develops into…
Paired opening in the walls of the pharynx
a tail in a fish or early chordates
Notocord
Strong Flexible rod like structure that runs along the dorsal…
Dorsal Nerve Cord
Derives from the ectoderm, runs above notocord. Develops into…
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