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Type Your Name Here Page 1 BIOL 113L 1WW Classification of Species Note: Due to a publisher error, there are several blurry images in the lab manual. Replacement images for the listed items are available in the Wk10 assignment folder in Blackboard. Item Page Figure 1: Phylogenetic Tree 211 Figure 2: Phylogenetic Tree 212 Figure 3: Hierarchical Classification 213 Figure 4: Structure of a Shark 214 Dichotomous Key 217 Figure 6: Fossil Crawlas 219 Figure 7: Geologic Time Chart 220 Figure 8: Living Crawlas 221 Dichotomous Key 223 Before beginning this exercise: 1. read the Discussion & Review information on pages 211 -213 2. gather your student materials (scissors, tape and white paper) 3. print these handouts a. Sharks (Figure 5 on page 215) b. Fossil Crawlas (Figure 6, use replacement file) c. Living Crawlas (Figure 8, use replacement file) You may modify this document to accommodate your answers from the exercise.
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Type Your Name Here Page 2 Exercise 1 (Procedure begins on page 219) First, cut out all of your shark figures. Then use the dichotomous key on page 10 to identify the family of each shark. Mrs. Weir completed #1 for you. Answer the two questions below Data Table 1.
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