Bio ch 34 terms 9

Bio ch 34 terms 9 - other reptiles Theropod Member of an...

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in pairs just lateral to the notochord in a vertebrate embryo. swim bladder In aquatic osteichthyans, an air sac that enables the animal to control its buoyancy in the water. Synapsid Member of an amniote clade distinguished by a single hole on each side of the skull. Synapsids include the mammals. Tetrapod A vertebrate with two pairs of limbs. Tetrapods include mammals, amphibians, and birds and
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Unformatted text preview: other reptiles. Theropod Member of an ancient group of dinosaurs that were bipedal carnivores. Tunicate Member of the subphylum Urochordata, sessile marine chordates that lack a backbone. Vertebrate A chordate animal with a backbone: the mammals, reptiles (including birds), amphibians, sharks and rays, ray-finned fishes, and lobe-fins....
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