Nam e: Chordates and Vertebrates Observations Worksheet Chordates and

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Name:1Chordates and Vertebrates ObservationsWorksheetChordates and Vertebrates Observations WorksheetComplete the tables and questions below. The textbook and Internet resources may be used to identify organisms andanswer the questions. Include all applicable group identification classifications (e.g., Linnaean or phylogeneticclassification). Characteristics would include unique or prominent features, (e.g., life cycle, reproduction, structural features,or nutritional highlights). Add any information that will be helpful for studying. Two or three students may work together;however, original wording is expected for all answers. All references utilized should be included at the end of theassignment in APA format.Table 1Chordate and Vertebrate Slides and SpecimensName(group classification)Drawing(totalmagnification,if applicable)Description/CharacteristicsPicture(optionaTunicate (slide)Tunic at the bottomBuccal siphonAtrial siphonIntestine is the dark longpartMogula(Tunicate)Pharynx with slitsDoral, hollow nerve chordIncurrent siphon to mouth(water flow)Excurrent siphonTunicLancelet(Amphiox-slide)Notochord in the frontTailIntestines in the middleOral hoodCausal fin at the endGill slitsLanceletPharyngeal slits (under)Doral, hollow nerve cordNotochord (nerve cord thennotochord below)TailTentacles in the frontMouth
Name:2LampreyExternal gill slitsBuccal tunnelTailCaudal fin (tail portion)Anterior and posteriordorsal fin
Chordate and Vertebrate Slides and SpecimensName(group classification)Drawing(totalmagnification,if applicable)Description/CharacteristicsPicture(optionaSkatePectoral finPelvic fins (posterior andanterior lobe)In the tail portion, 1st, 2nddorsal fin plus caudal finDisc bodyClasperDogfish sharkGill openingsFin spine then first dorsalfin at the topCaudal fin (tail portion)Pectoral finSnoutCatfish3 pairs of whiskersGreen-brown to slate colorCaudal finDorsal finPelvic finPectoral fin (side)Lateral linePerchCaudal fin (tail)Lateral lineAnal fin (back)Dorsal fin (spiny and soft)Pelvic fin (below front)Pectoral fin (side)OperculumEelUpper jawDorsal fin (back)Ventral fin (under)Slender snake like bodyPectoral fin (side)Small round eyesFrogWebbed feetHands and digitsTympanum (beside eyes)External nares (nose)Chromtophore
Chordate and Vertebrate Slides and SpecimensName(group classification)Drawing(totalmagnification,if applicable)Description/CharacteristicsPicture(optionaToadMore rough in textureTympanumHindlegs (shorter thanfrogs)Parotid gland (poison)LizardsLong thin taleClaw like arms and legsExternal nares (nose)LymphanumToe pads (sticky)SnakeScaly skinMouthForked tongueExternal nares (nose)Ectothermy (cold-blooded)RabbitBig earsBig eyesSoft fur, can be white,brown, and/or blackWhiskersShort tailOpossumThing, round hairless darkearsWhite pointed facePink noseLong, rounded hairless tailBarn Owl (Internet picture)White heard-shaped faceGrayish-brown back withwhite spotsLarge claws (talon)White feathersEars are not visible

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Term
Spring
Professor
Robison
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Psychology, dorsal fin, scaly skin, caudal fin, pectoral fin

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