10-Teleosts

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/14/10 Teleosts Lecture 10: Chp.11, 13, 14 DOF
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9/14/10 Fish in the News http://news.bbc.co.uk/earth/hi/earth_news/newsid_8269000/82694 14.stm
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9/14/10 Choupic REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY, LIFE HISTORY AND POPULATION STRUCTURE OF A BOWFIN AMIA CALVA POPULATION IN SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA. Johnathan G. Davis. Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of Nicholls State University In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Marine and Environmental Biology. Fall 2006” Bowfin have many common names including mudfish, dogfish, marshfish, grindle, grinnel, lawyer, cottonfish, beaverfish, blackfish, speckled cat, spot tail, scaled ling, choupique, and cypress trout. In Louisiana, the bowfin is commonly called
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9/14/10 Midterm – October 12 Likely all or nearly all multiple choice – will cover all the classes up to October 7 (last class before the exam) *) Fish locomotion is most constrained by (a) gravity (b) water density (c) the need to maintain
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9/14/10 Midterm – October 12 Likely all or nearly all multiple choice – will cover all the classes up to October 7 (last class before the exam) *) Fish locomotion is most constrained by (a) gravity (b) water density (c) the need to maintain buoyancy (d) the lack of oxygen in water
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9/14/10 Exam Questions *) The closest relatives to a coelacanth of those listed below is (a) a hammerhead shark (b) a hagfish (c) a house cat (d) a piranha (e) Acanthodians
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9/14/10 Exam Questions *) The closest relatives to a coelacanth of those listed below is (a) a hammerhead shark (b) a hagfish (c) a house cat (d) a piranha (e) Acanthodians
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9/14/10 Assignment 2 – November 2 Species Description – use Catalog of Fishes – to check name authorship, and to get original description – Eschmeyer (Start early might need to get library loans.) Base outline of description on UMMZ Animal Diversity Web - http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/index.html Pick something and tell me what it is. Can be any marine or freshwater fish, unless it has already been done. You will actually submit these to the ADW.
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9/14/10 Example http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/accounts/informati Geographic Range Habitat Physical Description Development Reproduction Life Span/Longevity Behavior Food Habits Predation Ecosystem Roles Economic Importance
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9/14/10 ADW Guidelines http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/teach/con Plagarism statement!
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