Class Notes for BISC 316 at Simon Fraser University (SFU)

  • 26 Results
  • About SFU
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanSummer

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Evolutionary Taxonomy, Phenetics, Carl Linnaeus

OC101306 Page
26 May 2011
46
Lecture 2 bisc 316 vertebrate biology summer 2011. Classification = grouping of organisms taxonomy = the naming and classification of species phylogeny
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanSummer

Lecture 4

OC101303 Page
26 May 2011
42
May 25/11 lecture 4 bisc 316 vertebrate biology. Fossils of organisms - more complex than bacteria. 2. 2 bya - eukaryotic organisms, o2 producing organ
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Shoulder Girdle, Axial Skeleton, Tetrapod

OC130685914 Page
11 Dec 2016
3
Evolution of fins (review: fin fold theory. Some areas of fold lost, other enhanced to form fins: fin spine theory. Early fish (acanthodii) has two or
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Yoho National Park, Pikaia, Vertebral Column

OC13068598 Page
11 Dec 2016
3
Features of ancestral skeleton: notochord, vertebral column with skull. Living forms: fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. <0. 1 gram (fish)
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Tullimonstrum, Branchial Arch, Semicircular Canals

OC130685910 Page
11 Dec 2016
3
Paraphyleti(cid:272) asse(cid:373)(cid:271)lage of jawless fishes (cid:272)alled (cid:862)ostra(cid:272)oder(cid:373)s(cid:863) Plus other: living agna
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Aortic Arches, Sinus Venosus, Pulmonary Artery

OC13068597 Page
11 Dec 2016
2
Amniotes: blood cells and vessels arise from mesoderm to form clusters called blood islands. Outer layer differentiates into endothial cells which form
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mesonephric Duct, Placodermi, Acanthodii

OC13068595 Page
11 Dec 2016
2
Fossil record gives little insight into evolution of jawed fishes. Probably due to duplication of hox gene complex. 4 clades of gnathostomes present: p
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Shoulder Girdle, Sonic Hedgehog, Branchial Arch

OC13068594 Page
11 Dec 2016
2
Three major adaptations: jaws, paired fins, vertebrae. Ostra(cid:272)oder(cid:373)s (cid:862)fi(cid:374)s(cid:863) derived fro(cid:373) der(cid:373)al
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Shoulder Girdle, Sacrum, Amphibious Fish

OC13068598 Page
11 Dec 2016
1
Head designed to bite not sucking in prey. If the acanthostega was completely terrestrial, it would need to bear a lot of weight so it would have stron
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Shoulder Girdle, Monotreme, Thoracic Cavity

OC130685911 Page
11 Dec 2016
4
Mammals evolved from the reptilian lineage of synapsida. Order therapside had basic feature of mammals: carboniferous. Therapsids had a marginal existe
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: West Indian Ocean Coelacanth, Holostei, Teleost

OC13068599 Page
11 Dec 2016
2
4 clades of gnathostomes present: placoderms, acanthodii, chondrichthyes, osteichthyes, class osteichthyes (bony fish) Characteristics of osteichthyes:
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture 8: Lecture 8 Vert. Bio

OC13068595 Page
11 Dec 2016
1
4 clades of gnathostomes: placoderms, acanthodians, chondrichthyes, osteichthyes. Teeth in replacement families: teeth have been growing to replace too
View Document

Class Notes (1,200,000)
CA (660,000)
SFU (10,000)
BISC (700)
BISC 316 (20)