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Laboratory Report Sheet: Classification of Species Observations Data Table 1: Classification of shark family specimen (2 points) Shark Family Name 1 Rajidae 2 Alopilidae 3 Pristophoridae 4 Isuridae (Lamnidae) 5 Hexanchidae 6 Carcharhinidae 7 Carcharhinidae 8 Squalidae 9 Dasyatidae 10 Isuridae 11 Pseudotriakidae 12 Hexanchidae 13 Sphyrnidae 14 Mobulidae Adapted with permission from Labpaq/Hands-On Learning 1
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Data Table 2: Classification of specimens from the Crawla Family (2 points ) Crawla Genus Name Species Name 1 Ratopteris curli 2 Forbatensis curlabranchi 3 Bullanthus bullel 4 Grasshopperus hairus 5 Bandus jallel 6 Sluggus notchillus 7 Fatopteris superius 8 Sluggus smoothi 9 Rhinopus hooke 10 torrus pointillus 11 Forbatensis curlabranchi 12 molus blinda 13 ratoperis straightus 14 Slugus Notchilus Adapted with permission from Labpaq/Hands-On Learning 2
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15 Forbatensis Curlabranchi Exercise 1: Classification of Sharks Questions A. Find five pieces of food and create a dichotomous key to classify the food. Explain your reasoning for each step of the key.( 3 points) Cheese Pizza, crackers, steak, cereal, and Oreos. 1. A. Consumed hot initially (go to 2) B. Consumed not hot (go to 3) 2. A. Made with cheese and tomato sauce (you have cheese pizza) B. Grilled to your choice of rare to well done. (You have steak) 3. A. Consumed with milk (go to 4) B. Quick snack shaped in squares (crackers) 4. A. Eaten with a spoon (you have cereal) B. Eaten with your hands (you have Oreos) B.
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