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Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 30: Nonvertebrate Chordates, Fishes, and Amphibians Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. What does the word 'chondrichthyes' mean?

Question 2 2. Which of the four chordate traits is believed to have led to the hinged jaw?

Question 3 3. Which is NOT true about lampreys?

Question 4 4. Which is NOT a major evolutionary step in vertebrate evolution?

Question 5 5. What are craniates?

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Question 6 6. Which of the following statements is NOT true?

Question 7 7. Which best describes a tetrapod?

Question 8 8. About how many species of Myxini exist today?

Question 9 9. Osteichthyes is made up of which two classes of fish?

Question 10 10. Which of the following animals are tetrapods?

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Question 11 11. Tetrapods are thought to have arisen from which animals?

Question 12 12. Which is NOT one of the four chordate characteristics?

Question 13 13. What is the main difference between hagfish and lampreys?

Question 14 14. Actinopterygii are which group of fishes?

Question 15 15. Which is NOT true about tetrapods?

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Question 16 16. Which best describes a craniate?

Question 17 17. Which best describes vertebrates?

Question 18 18. How do hagfish escape predation?

Question 19 19. What is the benefit of an amniotic egg?

Question 20 20. What was the original purpose of gill slits?

Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 30: Nonvertebrate Chordates, Fishes, and Amphibians Chapter Exam Instructions

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