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10/5/09 Class Amphibia amphibians have moist skin to complement the lungs in gas exchange Aquatic larva Terrestrial adult
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10/5/09 LE 34-21a Order Urodela. Urodeles (salamanders) retain their tail as adults.
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10/5/09 LE 34-21b Order Anura. Anurans, such as this poison
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10/5/09 LE 34-21c Order Apoda. Apodans, or caecilians, are legless, mainly burrowing amphibians.
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10/5/09 LE 34-22a The male grasps the female, stimulating her to release eggs. The eggs are laid and fertilized in water. They have a jelly coat but lack a shell and would desiccate in air.
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10/5/09 LE 34-22b The tadpole is an aquatic herbivore with a fishlike tail and internal gills.
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10/5/09 LE 34-22c During metamorphosis, the gills and tail are resorbed, and walking legs develop.
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10/5/09 Amniotes the amniotic egg contains membranes that protect the embryo relatively impermeable skin able to use the rib cage to ventilate the lungs Includes: Reptiles Birds
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10/5/09 LE 34-23 Saurischians Dinosaurs Archosaurs Diapsids Ancestr al amniote Reptiles Lepidosa urs Synapsid s Mammals Squamates Parareptiles Birds Plesiosaurs Ichthyosaurs Tuatara Turtles Crocodilians Pterosaurs Ornithischian dinosaurs Saurischian dinosaurs other than birds
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10/5/09 LE 34-24 Extraembryonic membranes Sh ell Embry o Allanto is Amnio n Amniotic cavity with amniotic fluid Chorio n Yolk sac Yolk (nutrients) Albumen
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10/5/09 Class Reptilia scales that create a waterproof barrier lay shelled eggs on land ectothermic
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10/5/09 LE 34-27b Australian thorny devil lizard ( Moloch horridus )
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10/5/09 LE 34-27c Wagler’s pit viper ( Tropidolaemus wagleri ), a snake
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10/5/09 LE 34-27d Eastern box turtle ( Terrapene carolina carolina )
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10/5/09 LE 34-27e American alligator ( Alligator mississipiensis )
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2009 for the course BIOLOGY Bio 101 taught by Professor Lancer during the Spring '09 term at Riverside Community College.

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