Presentation Summary : Phylum Amphibia (American bullfrog – Rana catesbiana) Froggy Classification Phylum – Chordata Sub-phylum – Vertebrata Class – Amphibia Super-order ...
Source : http://www.whsd.k12.pa.us/userfiles/1622/Classes/7403/Class%20Amphibia.ppt
Presentation Summary : Traditional Classification of Reptiles. Traditional classification system of reptiles based on the number and position of temporal openings in the skull.
Source : http://www.usdbiology.com/swanson/anat/Phylogeny%20-%20Amphibs%20&%20Reptiles.pptx
Presentation Summary : ... persisting in some fishes Two superclasses according to presence of jaws Vertebrate Higher Classification ... fin fishes Class Amphibia – frogs ...
Source : http://people.eku.edu/sumithrans/Zoo/labs/Introduction%20to%20Chordates.ppt
Presentation Summary : Amphibian Evolution. 1st amphibians probably resembled lobe-finned fishes – however the amphibians had legs. What class are lobe-finned fishes in?
Source : http://smithsworldofscience.weebly.com/uploads/1/0/5/5/10557615/class_amphibia.pptx
Presentation Summary : CLASSIFICATION Making sense of the vast array of living things ... bony fish Class Amphibia: amphibians: frogs, salamanders Class Reptilia: reptiles: ...
Source : http://wc.pima.edu/%7Ebfiero/bio109web/powerpoints/01d_Classif.ppt
Presentation Summary : Classification of Amphibians Biologists have identified about 2,375 living species of amphibians and have classified them into four orders Frogs and toads make up ...
Source : http://www.biologyjunction.com/Amphibians.ppt
Presentation Summary : Class Amphibia. Amphibian means “double life” – a water life and a land life. They hibernate (sleep deeply for a long time) in cold weather
Source : http://biologyfor10thgradekics.weebly.com/uploads/1/7/4/9/17493701/class_amphibia_class_reptilia_and_class_aves.pptx
Presentation Summary : Diversity. Ex: Frogs, salamanders, newts, and caecilians. Amphibians are . born . without legs, and. they grow legs as they develop (part of life cycle)
Source : http://www.avon-schools.org/cms/lib02/IN01001885/Centricity/Domain/3509/Amphibian%20Notes.pptx
Presentation Summary : Taxonomy Linnaeus – Binomial Nomenclature Study of naming and classifying organisms Phylogeny Classification based on evolutionary history Phylogenetic Trees ...
Source : http://instruction2.mtsac.edu/mcooper/Biology%204/Exzm%204%20Lecture/Taxonomy.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... motile Phylum Chordata Having a backbone or nerve cord Class Amphibia Both ... Linnaean System Salamander Classification Slide 5 Classification and ...
Source : http://www.inetteacher.com/Upload1/102535/docs/Classification%20and%20Cladograms.ppt
Presentation Summary : Classification of Living Things Living species are placed into groups based on their observed characteristics. They are usually NOT placed into groups based on their ...
Source : http://science.kennesaw.edu/~mdias/sci7726/pptsSci7726/ClassifyingLife.ppt
Presentation Summary : Classification of Life Understanding how our understanding of life allows scientists to develop an “order” to life The Classifications Domain Kingdom Phylum Class ...
Source : http://www.wsfcs.k12.nc.us/cms/lib/NC01001395/Centricity/Domain/2136/Classification%20of%20Life.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... Amphibia REPTILES & AMPHIBIANS Subclasses and Orders of Amphibians Order Temnospondyli ... REPTILES & AMPHIBIANS Scientific Classification of Reptiles ...
Source : http://facstaff.gpc.edu/~jkrolak/lecture_notes/reptile_and_amphibians.ppt
Presentation Summary : Classification of Agricultural Animals Organisms Identified, grouped, and classified More effectively study and communicate about them Plants and animals are ...
Source : http://lr010.k12.sd.us/Classification%20of%20Agricultural%20Animals.ppt
Presentation Summary : Classification How would you classify these shapes? Level 1 Classification Blue Pink Level 2 Classification Square Heart Circle Triangle Which level is more specific?
Source : http://clevengerscience.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/Classification.12181155.pps
Presentation Summary : Biologists use a classification system to group organisms in part because organisms are going extinct. are very numerous and diverse. are too much alike.
Source : http://resource.sbo.accomack.k12.va.us/itrt/biology/examview/ch18.ppt
Presentation Summary : Carolus Linnaeus developed a system of classification using 7 ... Amphibia, and several classes ... In cladistic analysis, a characteristic that arises as a lineage ...
Source : http://www.herrinhs.org/Teachers/EricJohns/Biology/Test%20Notes/C%2018%20Test%20Reviews.ppt
Presentation Summary : Classification. Kingdom – Animalia. Phylum - Chordata. Class Amphibia. 3 Orders. Anura (Frogs & Toads) Urodela (Salamanders) Apoda (Caecilians)
Source : http://phsgirard.org/VertebrateZoology/Amphibians/Amphibians.pptx
Presentation Summary : Phylum Chordata Charactertistics of Chordates All chordates possess a notochord. Long felxable rod between gut & nerve cord Runs most of length of animal
Source : http://biologyjunction.com/stanley%20Phylum%20Chordata.ppt
Presentation Summary : The Beginnings of an Organized Classification of Living Things. From 1740 -1770, ... AMPHIBIA. Classis 4. PISCES. Classis 5. INSECTA. Classis 6. VERMES. What is that?
Source : http://latterdaylearning.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Science-1-2a-PowerPoint-Classification-and-Carl-Linnaeus.pptx
Presentation Summary : ... Worms Phylum Mollusca Mollusc Structure Annelida Arthropoda Echinodermata Chordata Why tunicates are cool Vertebrate Classification ... Amphibia : Amphibians ...
Source : http://midpac.edu/~biology/Iolani/PowerPoint%202nd%20half/Ch%2018%20Animal%20Classification.ppt
Presentation Summary : Turtles, Mammals & Birds Vertebrate Ancestry Revisited Tetrapoda Class Amphibia Quadrupedal Controversy surrounding ancestor Lungfish? Lobe-finned Rhipidistian?
Source : http://cfcc.edu/faculty/jjenkins/courses/msc276/lectures/23Turtles%20intro%20lecture%20-%20web.ppt
Presentation Summary : Classification and Identification of Fossils ... Phylum Chodata Class Pisces- fish Class Amphibia- frogs etc… Class Reptilia- dinosaurs, turtles etc…
Source : http://geology.uprm.edu/Classes/hernanfolder/4005/Classification.ppt