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Fish (Grade 10)

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Fish breathe through an organ called the
  1. nostrils.
  2. lungs.
  3. gills.
  4. skin.
These fish are called the jawless fish.
  1. sharks, skates, and rays
  2. tuna, salmon, and perch
  3. hagfish and lampreys
These fish have tough, overlapping scales, a slime coating, and a swim bladder.
  1. bony fish
  2. cartilaginous fish
  3. jawless fish
The cartilaginous fish include
  1. sharks, skates, and rays.
  2. tuna, salmon, and perch.
  3. hagfish and lampreys.
The first fish occurred during what period?
  1. Silurian
  2. Devonian
  3. Cambrian
  4. Ordovician
Fish can detect movement in the water around them using their
  1. ears.
  2. fins.
  3. nostrils.
  4. lateral lines.
What are the ampullae of Lorenzini and how do sharks use them?

Which classification refers to the fish (and other organisms) that possess jaws?
  1. cyclostomate
  2. ovoviviparous
  3. gnathostome
  4. osteichthyan
How is it possible for lungfish to survive out of the water for short periods of time?
  1. They possess both gills and lungs to breathe in both environments.
  2. They can hold their breath for very long periods of time.
  3. They are able to absorb oxygen through their skin when they come onto land.
  4. They use their gills just as well on land as in the water.
Why do most fish need to constantly stay in motion, even when they are sleeping?

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