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Name the fins of a fish and tell what each does.
anterior dorsal-protection
posterior dorsal-balance
caudal-fast swimmng
anal- balance
pelvic- slow swimming
pectoral - steering
name 5 parts of a fishs brain and tell what each controls
cerebellum-muscle action
cerebrum-voluntary action
medula-involuntary action
optic-sight
olfactory - smell
name, define, and give 3 ex. of each class of fish
1)agantha-jawless-lamprey eel, slime eel, hagfish
2)chondrichthyes-cartilage-sharks, rays, skates
3)osteichthyes-bony-trout, bass, pike
Agantha are the only __(1)___
___(2)____. They have no _____(3)_____ _____(4)_____ or _____(5)_____ and they have _(6)__ to __(7)__ gill slits
1)parasitic
2)vertebrate
3)paired
4)appeddages
5)scales
6)5
7)16
Chondrichthyes have ___to____ pairs of gill slits, a skeleton of _______, No________ _______ and a _________ mouth
5,7,cartilage,airbladder, ventral
Shark skin are covered by _______ _______ they have a _____ shaped body and _____ ______ _______ on their dorsal fin that ____________________
placcoid, scales, torpideos, long, upper, lobe, forces head downward when swimming
Name 3 parts of a fishs gill and tell what each does
arch-support
rakers-prevent materials from clogging gills
filament-exchange gasses
Osteichthye are _____blooded, have a skeleton of _____have a body covered by _____and _____pairs of gill slits ____is the largest fish.
cold, bone, scales, one, whale shark
name 3 ways mucus aids a fish
glide through water
protect form parasites
escape form preditors
row of pitted scales that detect vibrations
lateral line
area around heart
pericardial cavity
gill cover
operculum
junction of stomach and intestine
pylorus
makes digestive juices
`pyloric caeca
backward pointed spines covered by emanal
placoid scales