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Peter J. Russell + 2 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
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4th Edition
Peter J. Russell + 2 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305389892

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Chapter 32.2, Problem 1SB
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On a field trip to a lake, a college student captures a worm-shaped animal with segmented body wall muscles. While examining the specimen in the laboratory the following day, she determines that the main nerve cord runs along the ventral side of the animal. Is this animal a chordate?

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Chapter 32 Solutions

Biology: The Dynamic Science (MindTap Course List)
Ch. 32.5 - How do the lungs of lungfishes allow them to...Ch. 32.6 - For early tetrapods, what were the advantages and...Ch. 32.6 - What parts of the life cycle in most modern...Ch. 32.7 - How did the evolution of the amniote egg free...Ch. 32.7 - What groups of animals are included in each of the...Ch. 32.7 - Based on the evolutionary history of the amniotes,...Ch. 32.8 - In addition to losing their legs over evolutionary...Ch. 32.8 - How do the diets of lizards and snakes differ?Ch. 32.9 - How does the overall structure of turtles...Ch. 32.9 - What anatomical and behavioral characteristics of...Ch. 32.9 - What specific adaptations allow birds to fly?Ch. 32.9 - How do the structures of a birds bill, wings, and...Ch. 32.10 - During the Mesozoic era, why were most mammals...Ch. 32.10 - Which key adaptations in mammals allow them to be...Ch. 32.10 - On what basis are the three major groups of living...Ch. 32.11 - What characteristics of primates allow them to...Ch. 32.11 - What is the lowest taxonomic group that includes...Ch. 32.11 - Which ape species spend the most time on the...Ch. 32.12 - What trait allows researchers to distinguish...Ch. 32.12 - What evidence suggests that Neanderthals and...Ch. 32.12 - What evidence suggests that modern humans...Ch. 32 - Which phylum includes animals that have a water...Ch. 32 - Which of the following is not a characteristic of...Ch. 32 - Which group of vertebrates has adaptations that...Ch. 32 - Which group of fishes has the most living species...Ch. 32 - Modern amphibians: a. closely resemble their...Ch. 32 - The Hominoidea is a monophyletic group that...Ch. 32 - Which of the following hominin species was the...Ch. 32 - Which of the following key adaptations allows...Ch. 32 - Which of the following characteristics does not...Ch. 32 - Which of the following characteristics did not...Ch. 32 - Discuss Concepts Whentetrapods first ventured onto...Ch. 32 - Discuss Concepts Imagine that you unearthed the...Ch. 32 - Discuss Concepts Many myths about human evolution...Ch. 32 - Apply Evolutionary Thinking Birds and crocodiles...Ch. 32 - Most sharks and rays are predatory, but the...Ch. 32 - Discuss Concepts Use a pair of binoculars to...Ch. 32 - Walking along a rocky coast one day, you discover...Ch. 32 - The phylogenetic tree for vertebrates depicted...

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