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Biology 357Ichthyology Study Guide for Exam #2Fall 2014Hello Ichthyophiles!Please note that our second lecture exam will be held on Thursday,October 9.The exam will cover all material presented in lecture throughTuesday, October 7.Specifically: lecture packets #4 (Musculature, FunctionalMorphology of Locomotion, Buoyancy Regulation), #5 (Circulation, Ventilation,Gas Exchange), #6 (Homeostasis: Thermoregulation and Osmoregulation), and#7 (Sensory Arsenal – Mechanoreception only).Study Guide and Example QuestionsThe following guide should be helpful in preparing you for Exam #2.Provided below areexamplesof the material to be covered and different question formats that mayappear on the exam.I encourage you to work through the study guide, referringto your lecture notes and textbook to ensure that you have command of thematerial.Please feel free to contact me via email ([email protected]) shouldyou have questions.Best of luck with your preparation!Define the following terms:myotomemyoseptasonic muscleskeletal muscleType II fibersType I fiberssonic musclepressure dragfinletfusiformmedian finsaspect ratiothermoregulationectothermfrictional dragcarangiform locomotionamiiform locomotionrete mirabileBohr Effectdynamic liftlactate and CO2postcardinal veinguanineBoyle’s Lawsqualenegas glandbarotraumacommon cardinal veinphysostomousphysoclistousovalhomeostasisbulbous arteriosusventingconus arteriosusventricleefferent branchial arterydorsal aortapulmonary arterygill archgill rakersecondary lamellaebuccal/opercular pumpram ventilationmetabolic scopecountercurrent heat exchangerfacultative ram ventilatorerythrocytes
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