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Biology 357 –Study Guide for Exam #3Fall 2017Greetings Ichthyophiles !Our 3rd lecture exam will be held Thursday, Nov. 2ndand will cover all material presented in lecture through Tuesday, Mar. 28th, including lecture slide packets 6 (slides 8-48, 7 (sensory arsenal) and 8 (Agnathans and Placoderms). Slide packets are posted on our course webpage in ‘Blackboard Learn’.Study Guide and Example QuestionsThe following guide is intended to help prepare you for the exam. Provided below are examplesof the material to be covered and different question formats that may be used. Please work through the study guide, referring to your lecture notes and textbook to gain command of the material. Also, please feel free to contact me via email ([email protected]) should you have questions. Best of luck with your preparation!A Summary of Higher-Level Classifications to be covered on Exam #3. Please know the classifications for each of these fish groups AND the basis (i.e. defining features) for classification.Superclass AgnathaClass Pteraspidomorphi - ostracodermsClass CephalaspidimorphiOrder PetromyzontiformesFamily Petromyzontidae - lampreysClass MyxiniOrder MyxiniformesFamily Myxinidae - hagfishesSuperclass GnathostomataClass PlacodermiI.Definitions- Briefly define the following terms. Be prepared to also provide an example of a particular fish species or group of fishes that might illustrate your definition:endothermyregional heterothermycutaneous vesselsosmoregulationhomeostasisosmoconformerhyperosmotic fishstenohalineosmolalpha and beta chloride cellstight junctionTMAOrectal glandutricleastericusotolithpars superiorkinociliumweberian apparatusparallaxSnell’s windowtapetum lucidumrod photoreceptorsnareolfactory rosetteampullary receptorstuberous receptorsjamming avoidance responseampullae of LorenzinimagnetiteAgnathanostracodermammocoeteWelland Canaltriflouromethylnitrophenol (TFN)
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