Seymour center activity Bio 20B Fall 2010-1

Seymour center activity Bio 20B Fall 2010-1 - If the...

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1 Make sure to get your completed worksheet stamped. The following questions can be answered by looking at different exhibits. If you can’t find the exhibit, make sure to ask a docent to direct you to an exhibit that might help. Students with last name A-M, please attend during Sept 24-30. N-Z, please attend Oct 1-7.
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2 4. Find the following organisms and record what type of symmetry they display Anemone:_____________________ Sea Star :______________________ Urchin:________________________ Blue whale skeleton (outside):_____________________________ 5. Observe the leopard shark, the cabezon and the sanddab. DESCRIBE how their locomotion styles differ. If they are not moving at the moment you look at them, wait at least 3 minutes. If there is still no movement, move on to a different question and return to the tank.
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Unformatted text preview: If the organism still hasnt moved in the time it takes you to do the above twice, you may use observations about its habitat to make a hypothesis about how it might move. Make sure to note if your answer is a hypothesis rather than an observation. (saying it didnt move is NOT an acceptable answer). Leopard shark: Cabezon: Sanddab: 3 6. What is the physiological purpose of fish otoliths? 7. Describe the differences in pelage between the sea lion, the fur seal and the sea otter. Think about the thermoregulatory consequences of each of these. 8. Observe the fat innkeeper worm. How does it remove debris from its burrow? 9. Observe the sea anemone. Sketch it below, labeling the mouth. DESCRIBE how it catches prey. 10. How do crabs grow larger if they are encased in a hard shell?...
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This note was uploaded on 10/08/2010 for the course BIO 20b taught by Professor Dunkin&parker during the Fall '08 term at UCSC.

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