Bio1AL_Sum09_lab11_prelab - b) Name the smallest group of...

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A65 – Summer 2009 Chordate Diversity Pre-lab. Due at the start of lab. (Pages 43-59) Name GSI & Sect # Station # AT THE END OF EACH LAB IS A REVIEW AND A CHART THAT YOU SHOULD FILL OUT . 1. Name two features unique to chordates. 2. Name four classes* of vertebrates and give two features characteristic of each. 3. Fishes are found in both marine and freshwater environments. Discuss some of the osmotic problems faced by fish living in either environment. 4. Please place these in order from the least inclusive (i.e. very few organisms) to the most inclusive. order, family, class, species, genus, kingdom, phylum 5. a) Name the smallest group of vertebrates that includes frogs (as presented in the manual).
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Unformatted text preview: b) Name the smallest group of vertebrates that includes bats (as presented in the manual). 6. Name four features unique to tetrapods and speculate how they were important to the first tetrapods. 7. What is an amniote? Name all of the groups that are in Amniota. *On the lab exam the questions will typically be worded give the smallest group that contains---. This is to avoid confusion whether or not a grouping is a class, infraclass, etc. This will become more evident in the lab lecture. A66 Summer 2009 Chordate Diversity Notes...
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