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- Honors Marine Biology November 15, 2012 Module 6 Vertebrates
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- Class Challenge
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- Quiz How well do you know your Shark Trivia ?
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- Sarasota Herald Tribune Millions of tiny scallops, and hope for the bays future seeding the waters: Its a collective effort to try to boost bivalves numbers.
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- Hurricane Sandy Before and After http://www.abc.net.au/news/specials/hurric ane-sandy-before-after-photos/http://www.abc.net.au/news/specials/hurric ane-sandy-before-after-photos/
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- Figure 6.8 on Page 139 Various Body Shapes of Fishes Ray-like Tapered Flat Elongated Box-shaped Eel-like Disc-shaped
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- Coloration in Fish Chromatophores Surface pigment cells that expand and contract to produce various colors. 1.Camouflage 2.Disguise 3.Advertisement Countershading Silver or White ventral sides and dark gray or blue-gray dorsal sides. Why ????
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- Locomotion Myomere- Bands of muscle along the sides of fish used for locomotion. Lateral line- A visible line running along the length of a fish body. It detects vibrations that allow fish to swim together in a school.
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- Reproduction Migration is the regular movement of an organism from one location to another. Examples?? A few fish have a migratory pattern opposite that of the salmon. They will spend a majority of their lives in rivers, migrating to the ocean to reproduce this is known as a catadromous behavior. (They migrate from fresh water to the ocean to reproduce.)
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- Hermaphroditism A situation in which an animal has the reproductive organs of both sexes. See page 152.
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- Reproduction 1.Internal Fertilization: is a result of direct transfer of sperm from the male to the female. This occurs among sharks and other cartilaginous fish. The male has claspers located next to the anal fins used for directly depositing sperm into the female.
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- 2.External fertilization. Most marine fish reproduce in this way. Fish spawn or release their gametes into the water, after a period of swimming in courtship patterns. 3.Thousands of eggs are released in some cases millions. When the eggs meet the sperm in the water, fertilization takes place and the embryo begins to develop in the fertilized egg. 4.By producing many fertilized eggs, the chances of at lease some of the eggs hatching and then some of the resulting larvae surviving into adulthood are greatly increased.
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- Oviparous A type of development in which eggs are hatched outside a females body. Viviparous A type of development in which the young obtain their nutrients directly from the mother and are birthed live.
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- On Your Own Questions 6.14 A person puts five male fish into his aquarium and is surprised to find eggs developing a few weeks later. What happened? 6.15 A fish specimen is found to have 10 unfertilized eggs in her reproductive tract. What type of development does this species probably have?
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- Alaska Purse Seine Fishing http://youtu.be/dqFcl2wopwo Switching Gears: Surface Longlining in the Gulf of Mexico | Pew http://youtu.be/xITgmkH6Pik Aquaculture system promises eco-friendly fish farming future http://youtu.be/tUrGKVJcd9M Mote Aquaculture Farm http://youtu.be/_XwLGE0Q5_o
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- Dissection of Mullet
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- Homework Complete Module 6 Test Begin reading Module 7 pages 159 168 OYO Questions 7.1 -7.4 Study Guide: Define a c ; 2 12 Complete Lab Class Challenge Draw a picture
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