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Exploring Life - Honors Biology Chapter 25

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Q01.  25.1 General chordate characteristics are found in what life stage? What does that tell you about you?

 

Q02. 25.1: What makes up the skeleton of a hagfish? How many major classes of fishes are there?

Q03. 25.2 What does a lateral line sense in sharks and rays? 

Q04.  25.3 What pumps water over the gills in bony fishes? 

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Q05. 25.Careers Would you be interested in becoming a salmon fisherman? What about king crab fishing (I know this has nothing to do with chordates, but I keep flashing on "The Deadliest Catch".) 

Q06. 25.4 How many chambers do you find in an amphibian heart? What organs do most amphibians use to breathe (over their entire lives)?

Q07. 25.A The flexible rod that extends through much of the length of the body of a chordate embryo is called the _______

Q08. 25.A Vertebrates that produce their own milk are _________.

 

 

 

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