1. Read the chapter! Review your chapter reading guides, focus on vocabulary!
2. List the 4 main characteristics of chordates.
3. What are the two non-vertebrate chordates we studied and what are their characteristics?
4. What period was the "Age
of Fishes?" ____________________________________
What period was the "Age of Amphibians?" _________________________________
5. What are evolutionary adaptations
of fish? _________________________________
What are evolutionary adaptations of amphibians? _____________________________
6. Know the classification system of fish and amphibians:
Kingdom________________Phylum __________________Subphylum ______________
7. List Examples for FISH in the following CLASSES:
Class Chondrichthyes ____________________________
Class Osteichthyes ______________________________
Name 2 jawless fish _________________________
8. List examples for AMPHIBIANS in the following ORDERS:
Order Anura _________________________________
Order Apoda _________________________________
9. Give an example of a ray-finned fish_________________, and a lobe-finned fish _____________________
10. Be able to trace the flow of blood
through the fish's heart and through the amphibian's heart. How many chambers
are in the fish heart? ________ In the amphibian heart? ____
Which one has single loop circulation? ______________ Which has double loop? _______________
11. Know the organs found within the fish. Be able to identify them on a picture (see fig 30-11)
Swim Bladder | Lateral Line System | Kidneys | Operculum
12. Name each of the fish's fins. (See fig 30-6) and know where they are located. Sketching will be helpful!
13. Describe the process of fish reproduction.
Oviparous | Ovoviviparous | Viviparous
14. Understand the process of metamorphosis and compare an adult frog to a tadpole
15. Know the functions of frog structures:
Tympanic Membrane | Nictitating Membrane | Cloaca
16. Review your lab on fish and their reaction to temperature changes. Understand the difference between an ectothermic and endothermic organism.