L28_Vertebrate A&P-09

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11/2/09 1 Wednesday, November 4th 4:00 - 5:30pm 216 Stimson What: Speaker Presentation by Ithaca Free Clinic Coordinator Sadie Hays & Acupuncturist Anthony Fazio Come check out volunteering opportunities and learn about a local free clinic! When: Wednesday November 4th 5:45 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. Where: Goldwin Smith 142 For more information contact [email protected] or [email protected] Funded in part by the SAFC and open to the entire Cornell Community InteMed and Free Clinic Initiative presents… Cornell Cardiology Interest Group proudly presents The Cardiology Lecture Series! Veterinary Cardiologist Dr. Bruce Kornreich, of Cornell University Hospital for Animals will be discussing the ionic basis of the cardiac action potential and the electrocardiogram. Date: Thursday November 5 th , 2009 Time: 5:30pm Location: Rockefeller 105 Join us for an informative and leisurely afternoon! [email protected] Exam review sessions Monday 7:30 – 9:00pm, Morison Room (A106), Corson‐Mudd Hall Tuesday 4:20 – 5:50, G1 Stimson Hall Other resources Office hours Learning Strategies Center Previous exams Web quizzes BIOLOGY DINING DISCUSSIONS Fall 2009 – Cornell University Monday, 2 Nov. 2009 Guest: Dr. Laurel Southard Director of Undergraduate Research Room 302AB APPEL DINING HALL 5:45 PM Meeting place: West Entrance to Appel Center at 5:45pm Vertebrate organ system
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11/2/09 2 Most vertebrates are fishes From Pough, F. H., Janis, C. M, and Heiser, J. B. ( 2002). Vertebrate Life (6 th ed.). History of vertebrate study Vertebrate phylogeny Vertebrate physiology and adaptation Pierre Belon, 1555 Biogenetic Law Proposed by German biologist Ernst Haekel in 1866 Stating that the development of “advanced” species goes through morphological phases that look like adults of less advanced species. A B C D E Rebuttal of Biogenetic Law Drawings are highly stylized to fit his hypothesis Later studies suggest otherwise Adapted from Kardong, K. V. (2006). Vertebrates: Comparative anatomy, function, evolution (4 th ed.). Lamprey Ray Sturgeon Pond turtle Australian Opossum Domestic cat
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11/2/09 3 Evidence of relationship from embryonic development All vertebrates show a similar architectural pattern of structural and development Karl Ernst von Baer’s Law (1828): Features common to members of a group develop earlier in life than the special features that distinguish this group from other groups
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