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Cladistics Classification and Characteristics Jawless Fish Jawed Fish Placoderms Cartilaginous fish Bony fish Ray-finned fish Lobe-finned fish Life on Land Chapter 15: Vertebrates 1 Next lecture: More Chapter 15
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Cladistics cladistics : classify living things into groups that share a common ancestor clade : group containing the common ancestor and all its descendents cladogram : diagram illustrating evolutionary relationships
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Cladistics Cladogram: Modes of Transportation *smaller clades within a larger clade primitive character derived character
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Cladistics derived character primitive character Cladogram: Vertebrates
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Cladistics Classification and Characteristics Jawless Fish Jawed Fish Placoderms Cartilaginous fish Bony fish Ray-finned fish Lobe-finned fish Life on Land Chapter 15: Vertebrates 1 Next lecture: More Chapter 15
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Classification and Characteristics Eukaryotes Deuterostomia Phylum - Chordata Sub-phylum - Vertebrata Kingdom - Animalia (Metazoans) Bilateria
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Deuterostomia - “mouth second” Classification and Characteristics echinoderms chordates
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Chordate Characteristics Pharyngeal Slits Flexible Notochord Dorsal Nerve Cord Tail Classification and Characteristics (closed circulatory system, heart)
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Classification and Characteristics Non-Vertebrate Chordates Tunicates Tunicates
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