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At what time did invertebrate animals inhabit Earths ocean

Cambrien period aprox 530 million years ago

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when did one lineage of vertebrates colonize land

  • 365 million years ago
  • They gave rise to modern amphibians, reptiles (including birds), and mammals
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The phylum Chordata .... are______ animals that belong to the clade of animals known as _________

bilaterian

Deuterostomia

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Chordates comprise

vertebrates

two groups of invertebrates : the urochordates and cephalochordates

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Four key characters of chordates

  • Notochord
  • Dorsal, hollow nerve cord
  • Pharyngeal slits or clefts
  • Muscular, post-anal tail
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  • is a longitudinal, flexible rod between the digestive tube and nerve cord
  • It provides skeletal support throughout most of the length of a chordate

A. Dorsal hollow nerve core

B. Lancelet

C. Notochord

D. Neutral Crest

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  • The nerve cord of a chordate embryo develops from a plate of ectoderm that rolls into a tube dorsal to the notochord
  • The nerve cord develops into the central nervous system: the brain and the spinal cord

A. Dorsal hollow nerve core

B. Neural tube

C. Notochord

D. Neutral Crest

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Pharyngeal slits are ...

  • In all chordate embryos, grooves form along the outer surface of the pharynx called pharyngeal clefts
  • In most chordates, these grooves develop into pharyngeal slits that open to the outside of the body
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Functions of pharyngeal slits

1.Suspension-feeding structures in many invertebrate chordates

2.Gas exchange in vertebrates (except vertebrates with limbs, the tetrapods)

3.Develop into parts of the ear, head, and neck in tetrapods

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Muscular post anal tail describe

  • Chordates have a tail posterior to the anus
  • In many species, the tail is greatly reduced during embryonic development
  • The tail contains skeletal elements and muscles

It provides propelling force in many aquatic species

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Lancelets

  • They are marine suspension feeders that retain characteristics of the chordate body plan as adults
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Urochordata = Tunicates

More closely related to lancelts or chordates

when do they most resemble chordates .... what is unique about this stage

  • Tunicates (Urochordata) are more closely related to other chordates than are lancelets
  • Tunicates most resemble chordates during their larval stage, which may last only a few minutes
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What do Tunicates do when attacked

  • "sea squirts" (in-current siphon)
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Unique features of Tunicates ....

  • Metamorphosis from the larva to adult form involves the resorption of the tail and notochord and 90° rotation of the remaining organs
  • Adult tunicates draw in water through an incurrent siphon, filtering food particles
  • Tunicates are highly derived and have fewer Hox genes than other vertebrates
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A skeletal system and complex nervous system have allowed vertebrates efficiency at two essential tasks:

  • Capturing food
  • Evading predators
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Derived Characters of Vertebrates

  • two or more sets of Hox genes
  • the vertebrae that enclose the spinal cord have taken over the mechanical roles of the notochord
  • The neural crest, transitory cells that appear along the edges of the closing neural tube of an embryo
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Cyclostomes: Hagfishes and Lampreys

jawless vertebrates.

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Gnathostomes are ...

Vertebrates with jaws make up a much larger clade, the

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Hagfishes

  • cartilaginous skull, reduced vertebrae, and a flexible rod of cartilage derived from the notochord
  • They have a small brain, eyes, ears, a nasal opening, and tooth-like formations in their mouths
  • All hagfishes are marine; most are bottom-dwelling scavengers
  • Hagfishes produce slime to repel competitors and predators
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Petromyzontida = Lampreys

  • Lampreys are jawless vertebrates that inhabit various marine and freshwater habitats
  • Some are parasites that feed by clamping their mouths onto a live fish
  • Free-living species feed as larvae for several years and then mature, reproduce, and die within a few days
  • Lampreys have a notochord and cartilaginous skeleton
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Fossils from the Cambrian explosion document the transition to...

  • craniates
  • The most primitive of the fossils are those of the
    3-cm-long Haikouella
  • Haikouella resembled lancelets but had a well-formed brain, eyes, and muscular segments but lacked a skull and ear organs
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Myllokinmingia is

is considered the first vertebrate to have a head (brain, eyes, skull – even though the skull was “partial”). It still lacked vertebrae.

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Conodonts

  • were among the earliest vertebrates in the fossil record, dating to 500 million years ago
  • They had a set of barbed hooks at the anterior end of the mouth used for capturing prey
  • These hooks, and another set of dental elements in the pharynx, were mineralized
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Which clade does not include humans?

synapsids

osteichthyans

lobe-fins

diapsids

diapsids

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Animals that are classified as vertebrates and have rudimentary vertebrae are the ______ and the ______.

tunicates; hagfishes

lampreys; placoderms

hagfishes; lancelets

hagfishes; lampreys

lancelets; tunicates

hagfishes; lampreys

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Which of the following is a tetrapod? select all that apply :

an amphibian

bird

a fish

mammal

mammal bird amphibian reptile

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Which evidence supports the hypothesis that four-limbed animals came from fish? Select all that apply.

Both fish and four-limbed animals are vertebrates.
DNA analysis shows that fish are tetrapods’ closest relatives.
Fish and four-limbed animals have very similar embryos.
Fossil evidence shows there have always been four-limbed animals on Earth.
The fossil record shows more and more tetrapod-like fish before the appearance of tetrapods about 365 million years ago.

all except the fossil evidence shows there has always been...