Zol328SG11 - Zoology 328 Spring 2010 Study Guide 11...

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Zoology 328 Spring 2010 Study Guide 11 (Circulation) Things to Review The majority of the final exam questions will be based on the topics covered in the last third of the course - i.e. on material not covered on previous exams. However, because of the nature of the material, some topics are more fully appreciated as you gain information throughout the term. Similarly, some topics cannot be understood completely based on material presented during any one third of the course alone. You should specifically review the following: Characteristics of chordates - know which animals are included in the Phylum Chordata, how the protochordates are classified, and why. What chordate characteristics do they show and when in their life history do these traits appear or disappear? What evidence supports the idea that chordates evolved from an echinoderm-like ancestor? Classification system – as for the second exam, recognize the names of and relationships between groups. This continues to be the working vocabulary of the course.
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