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Unformatted text preview: Instruction: View full-screen images in the Slide Show mode of display. Read the explanatory notes in the Normal View mode of display. READ Chapter 15. Next lecture: finish the chapter. GEOLOGIC HISTORY OF VERTEBRATES What is a vertebrate? Classes of vertebrate animals jawless vertebrates placoderms cartilaginous fish bony fish tetrapods (amphibians) READ Chapter 15. Next lecture: finish the chapter. GEOLOGIC HISTORY OF VERTEBRATES What is a vertebrate? Classes of vertebrate animals jawless vertebrates placoderms cartilaginous fish bony fish tetrapods (amphibians) I think Darwin Notebook 1837-1838 http://darwin-online.org.uk/ Classification and Characteristics Eukaryotes Deuterostomia Phylum- Chordata Sub-phylum - Vertebrata Kingdom- Animalia (Metazoans) Bilateria Deuterostomia - mouth second Classification and Characteristics echinoderms chordates Chordate Characteristics Pharyngeal Slits Flexible Notochord Dorsal Nerve Cord Classification and Characteristics (closed circulatory system, heart) Cladistics (Greek: klados = branch or twig) derived character primitive character Cladogram: Vertebrates READ Chapter 15. READ Chapter 15....
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This note was uploaded on 07/07/2010 for the course GEO geo taught by Professor Long during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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