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 Safety
and
Chordate
Diversity
Pre‐lab.

Due
at
the
start
of
lab.

(Pages
1­10,
45­63)
 
 Name

 
 
 
 
 

GSI
&
Sect
#

 
 
 
 
 
Station
#
 
 
 AT
THE
END
OF
EACH
LAB
IS
A
REVIEW
AND
A
CHART
THAT
YOU
SHOULD
FILL
OUT.
 
 Remember,
you
need
to
read
both
Campbell
and
the
lab
manual
to
fully
understand
the
lab
exercises.

To
answer
 these
questions
read
pages
1‐10,
45‐63
of
that
covers
lab
safety
and
Chordate
diversity.

Write
legibly.

You
will
 NOT
be
admitted
to
lab
unless
you
turn
in
this
completed
pre‐lab
at
the
start
of
lab!
 
 1.

What
should
you
do
if
the
fire
alarm
sounds
while
you
are
in
a
biology
lab?
 
 
 
 2.

Name
two
features
unique
to
chordates.
 
 
 
 
 3.

For
each
of
the
following
groups
name
two
unique
features
characteristic
of
each.
 
 Mammalia:

 
 Aves,
a
subgroup
of
Reptilia:
 
 Shared
feature:
 
 4.

Fishes
are
found
in
both
marine
and
freshwater
environments.

Discuss
some
of
the
osmotic
problems
faced
 by
fish
living
in
either
environment.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 5.

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
 
 
 
 6.

Name
the
smallest
group
of
vertebrates
that
includes
frogs
(as
presented
in
the
manual).
 
 
 7.

Name
the
smallest
group
of
vertebrates
that
includes
bats
(as
presented
in
the
manual).
 
 
 8.


Name
two
features
unique
to
tetrapods
and
speculate
how
they
were
important
to
the
first
tetrapods.
 
 
 
 9.


What
is
an
amniote?

Name
all
of
the
groups
that
are
in
Amniota.
 
 
 
 
 A1
–
Fall
2009
 
 *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.
 
 
 Chordate
Diversity
Notes
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 A2
–
Fall
2009
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2010 for the course BIO biology taught by Professor Meighan during the Fall '09 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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