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					Evolution in the Animal
      Kingdom Review
1. What’s the difference between a
chordate and an invertebrate?
l   Chordates exhibit 4 characteristics during at
    least one stage of life:
    l   Dorsal, hollow nerve cord, notochord, tail, and a
        pharyngeal pouch
l   Invertebrates = animals without backbones

l   Chordates can be in 2 groups: chordates and
    invertebrate chordates
2. What type of body cavity do
most groups have?
l   True coelom – a body cavity completely lined
    with mesoderm (middle germ tissue layer)
3. Which invertebrate group has the closest
evolutionary relationship to chordates?
4. How is embryology of echinoderms
similar to that of vertebrates? What
might this similarity indicate about
their evolutionary relationship?
l   Both deuterostomes
l   Indicates they are
    closely related, came
    from common ancestor
5. Why would animals need to
adapt their formation of limbs?
l   Each animal’s forelimbs is adapted to
    survival in their particular environment
l   Ex: ability to find and capture food, evade
    predators, move through various types of
    terrain
6. How is an animal’s body plan
like an “evolutionary experiment”?
l   An animal starts the ‘evolutionary experiment’
    with one type of body plan
l   Over time, in order to survive and reproduce,
    their body plan adapts
l   Body plans that aren’t successful go extinct
l   If successful, they will be able to survive and
    reproduce
7. Name 6 nonchordate invertebrates.
What were some of the 1st
characteristics that evolved in
invertebrates?
l   Sponges, echinoderms, arthropods, worms,
    mollusks, echinoderms
8. List 3 traits that arthropods
have that cnidarians do not:
l   Organs
l   Bilateral symmetry
l   3 germ layers
l   True coelom
l   Segmentation
l   Cephalization
9. Why do you think we don’t have
much fossil evidence of early
invertebrates?
l   Early invertebrates were tiny and soft-bodied,
    making it nearly impossible to make a fossil
10. What characteristics have
evolved in fish?
l   Vertebrae
l   Jaws
l   Paired
    appendages
l   Fins
l   Bony skeleton
l   Scales
11. What characteristics have
evolved in birds?
l   Lungs
l   Endothermy
l   Feathers
l   Hollow bones
l   2 legs covered
    with scales
l   Wings
12. What characteristics have
evolved in reptiles?
l   Lungs
l   4 limbs
l   Amniotic egg
l   Eggs don’t
    develop in water
l   Dry, scaly skin
13. What characteristics have
evolved in mammals?
l   Endothermy
l   Four limbs
l   Amniotic egg
l   Hair
l   Mammary
    glands
14. Name the group of invertebrate
animals whose ancestors were related
to the earliest chordates.
15. What characteristic do reptiles
have that amphibians do not?
l   Reptiles have lungs,
    amniotic eggs, eggs
    don’t develop in
    water; dry, scaly skin
l   Amphibians 1st stage
    of life- no lungs, eggs
    in water
16. How have animals’ body plans evolved over time?
17. What pattern or relationship exists
between type of body symmetry and
the evolution of animals?
l   Sponges – asymmetrical (no symmetry)
l   Cnidarians – radial symmetry
l   More advanced – bilateral symmetry
    (*Exception – echinoderms)
18. What is the single most important
characteristic that separates birds
from other living animals?
l   Although birds have defining characteristics
    such as wings, beaks, four limbs, or ability to
    fly, these characteristics are also found in
    other animals
l   The single characteristic separating birds
    from other animals is FEATHERS
l   This allows them to regulate their internal
    body temperature
19. Which two major groups of fishes
evolved from the early jawless fish and
still survive today?
l   Early jawless fishes
    (Hagfish, lamprey)
l   Chondrichthyes
    (Cartilaginous
    fish - Sharks)
l   Osteichthyes
    (Bony fish)
20. The evolution of jaws and paired
fins was an important development in
the rise of which group of animals?
l   Sharks
l   (Cartilaginous
    fish)
21. List 2 ways that bony fish differ
from the other two fish groups:

l  Bony fish:
1. Have bone
(Sharks don’t, jawless
fish don’t)
2. Have jaws
(Jawless fish don’t)
22. What adaptation enables birds to
live in environments that are colder
than those in which most reptiles live?
l Endothermy
l Feathers – can use to

regulate body temperature
23. How do nonvertebrate chordates
differ from other chordates?

l Nonvertebrate = no backbone
l Chordates includes vertebrates

 and invertebrates
l Therefore, not all chordates

have a backbone
24. What evidence exists to indicate
that annelids and mollusks are closely
related?
l Levels of organization, body
symmetry, 3 germ layers, true
coelom, protostomes, and
cephalization
25. The only animal to have an
asymmetrical body plan is:
l   Sponges
26. Which of the worm groups has the
characteristic of a segmented body?

l   Annelids
28. List the 5 types of animals
in Phylum Chordata
l   Fish
l   Amphibians
l   Reptiles
l   Birds
l   Mammals
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29. What was the 1 group of
animals to have cephalization?
l   Arthropods
30. What are 2 general characteristics
that ALL animals have?

l   To be included in the Animal Kingdom, an
    animal must:
l   Be multicellular
l   Be heterotrophic (need food from others)
l   Lack cell walls

				
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