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ISB 200 Potential Exam Questions 1. Which phylum and subphylum do we belong to? a. Phylum=COrdata b. Subphylum=Vertebrata 2. What is the age of the oldest known fossil chordates? a. Ediacarin Period 3. Which two phyla possess a pharynx? a. COrdates, and hemicordates 4. What is the age and country of origin of the oldest known fossil vertebrates? a. Early Cambrian from china 5. What is the age of the oldest known jawed fish? a. Middle Ordovician 6. What is the age of the oldest known shark? a. Middle Ordovician 7. What are the two major types of bony fish? a. Lobed fin and rayed fin 8. What is the age of the oldest known bony fish? a. Late Silurian 9. What is the age of the oldest known tetrapod? a. Late Devonian 10. Which type of early amniote eventually evolved into mammals? a. Synapses 11. What is the age and nickname of the earliest known fossil amniote? a. Mississippian, with the nickname Lizzy 12. Name three types of extinct giant sea reptiles (correctly spelled). a.
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course ISB 200 taught by Professor Ralphtaggart during the Spring '09 term at Michigan State University.

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