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Phylum Chordata!   Class amphibia
Class amphibia!The amphibians – First vertebrates to inhabit   landStill live part of life in water – MetamorphosisAprx. 5...
Movement from water to land               What does it take to move               from water to land?               What h...
Small adaptations through       Evolution
Transition from water to landLiving on land brings different challenges– Example: movement.Amphibians are tetrapods:– “fou...
Adaptations = land livingNew adaptations forliving on land– Lungs– Ears– Four limbs with feet  and digits
CHARACTERISTICSEctothermic– Regulate  temperature from  outside sources.   • Basking in the sun   • Water temperatureVs. E...
Ectothermic: AdvantagesSlow Metabolism– Eat lessMust self warmblood enough to beactiveNot enough energyfor continued hardw...
CHARACTERISTICSRespiration: Porous skin– Allow for gas exchange  (breathing)– Must live in moist  environments to avoid dr...
REPRODUCTIONInternal sexual reproductionLay 100s of eggs– Advantage of over population of offspring?
METAMORPHOSIS      Amphibian = double life
DIGESTIONAdults: carnivores– Use sticky tongue to  trap and suck in prey– Eat anything that is  small enough to  swallow w...
SENSESGreat hearing and eyesight– Hearing is Important for  terrestrial livingFrogs can see color!Other senses…– Chemical ...
ECOLOGICAL ROLEImportant prey for:– Racoons, opossums,  birdsImportant predatorof– Mice, rats, insects
CFUHow do amphibians regulate their bodytemperature?What is this process called?How do amphibians exchange gasses?What doe...
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  • The terrestrial environment is different than the aquatic environment. A higher oxygen content means oxygen can diffuse more rapidly. Air is less dense – less buoyant. Stronger skeletal structure, sturdier limbs. Temperature fluctuates more. Terrestrial environment offers a whole new array of habitats.
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    1. 1. Phylum Chordata! Class amphibia
    2. 2. Class amphibia!The amphibians – First vertebrates to inhabit landStill live part of life in water – MetamorphosisAprx. 5,000 species!Characteristics – Moist skin for gas exchange – Ectothermic – Larval stage • metamorphosis
    3. 3. Movement from water to land What does it take to move from water to land? What has to change?
    4. 4. Small adaptations through Evolution
    5. 5. Transition from water to landLiving on land brings different challenges– Example: movement.Amphibians are tetrapods:– “four footed: two sets of paired appendages that are modified as legs that can support the animal.Lungs to avoid drying out.
    6. 6. Adaptations = land livingNew adaptations forliving on land– Lungs– Ears– Four limbs with feet and digits
    7. 7. CHARACTERISTICSEctothermic– Regulate temperature from outside sources. • Basking in the sun • Water temperatureVs. EndothermicWhat would be theadvantages of both?
    8. 8. Ectothermic: AdvantagesSlow Metabolism– Eat lessMust self warmblood enough to beactiveNot enough energyfor continued hardwork
    9. 9. CHARACTERISTICSRespiration: Porous skin– Allow for gas exchange (breathing)– Must live in moist environments to avoid drying outSensitive to chemicals inthe environmentSalamanders do not have lungs andmust breath through skin
    10. 10. REPRODUCTIONInternal sexual reproductionLay 100s of eggs– Advantage of over population of offspring?
    11. 11. METAMORPHOSIS Amphibian = double life
    12. 12. DIGESTIONAdults: carnivores– Use sticky tongue to trap and suck in prey– Eat anything that is small enough to swallow whole.Does that make them activepredators or scavengers?Larva: herbivores
    13. 13. SENSESGreat hearing and eyesight– Hearing is Important for terrestrial livingFrogs can see color!Other senses…– Chemical receptors on skin– Taste buds on tongue– Nasal senses
    14. 14. ECOLOGICAL ROLEImportant prey for:– Racoons, opossums, birdsImportant predatorof– Mice, rats, insects
    15. 15. CFUHow do amphibians regulate their bodytemperature?What is this process called?How do amphibians exchange gasses?What does the word “amphibian” mean?What does it mean to be a vertebrate?What does it mean to be a tetrapod?What are some adaptations necessary forliving on land?
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