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Introduction to Shark Reproduction!
This class is for students who want to learn the multiple methods of reproduction sharks have. Come learn how to determine the sex of a shark by looking at their underside. 4 methods of reproduction will be discussed.
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Students will learn about viviparous, oviparous, ovoviviparous, and asexual reproduction and learn various examples of sharks that exhibit each of these reproductive means. Male and female shark genitalia and determining a shark's sex will also be discussed briefly. A slide presentation with visual representations will assist students in the learning of reproduction methods. Questions will be asked throughout to keep students engaged. No prior experience or knowledge is needed to take...
Students will learn the different methods of shark reproduction. They will be able to visually identify Male and female sharks.
I have had years of marine biology and ecology schooling. I have also worked as an assistant museum creator collecting specimens and helping preserve them for a major University.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Jessica Anzalone BS Biology, Psychology and Biochemistry
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
Hello everyone! My name is Jessica, and I have a passion to teach. I have a bachelors of science in Biology, with minors in Psychology and Biochemistry. I worked in a microbiology research lab focusing on ticks and the zoonotic diseases they pass...