Vertebrates Definition

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1. " Pterosaur " refers to the order that these ancient reptiles belong to, and they were the first flying vertebrates. 1
2. A bigger mass extinction, at the end of the Permian period 251m years ago, killed 70% of the world's land vertebrates (and 96% of all marine animals) and paved the way for the age of reptiles. 1
3. A complex sheet of embryonic cells in craniate vertebrates, formed by association of part of the mesoderm with the ectoderm and developing as the internal body wall. 1
4. A homologous or similar part in other animals, as the terminal part of the forelimb in certain vertebrates. 1
5. A large brain relative to body size is an almost universal foetal characteristic of vertebrates, and certainly of mammals. 1
6. A long, irregularly shaped gland in vertebrates, lying behind the stomach, that secretes pancreatic juice into the duodenum and insulin, glucagon, and somatostatin into the bloodstream. 1
7. All vertebrates have basically the same building blocks but they are put together in different ways. 1
8. Although humans may have the longest lifespan of any mammal, giant tortoises have the longest recorded lives among vertebrates. 1
9. Amphioxus, a cephalochordate, widely considered as the closest living invertebrate relatives of the vertebrates. 1
10. Ancient genome duplication ( events ) have been identified in diverse organisms , such as yeast, vertebrates, and Arabidopsis. 1
11. Any of the class Aves of warm - blooded, egg - laying, feathered vertebrates with forelimbs modified to form wings. 1
12. Any of various flagellated, usually nonpathogenic protozoa of the genus Giardia that may be parasitic in the intestines of vertebrates including human beings and most domestic animals. 1
13. Any of various small, flattened marine organisms of the subphylum Cephalochordata, structurally similar to the vertebrates but having a notochord rather than a true vertebral column. 1
14. Birds, fish, mammals, amphibians and reptiles are all vertebrates. 1
15. Bones are rigid organs that form part of the endoskeleton of vertebrates. 1
16. Botany, earth science, invertebrates, and vertebrates. 1
17. Botany, earth science, invertebrates, and vertebrates. This website 1
18. But, of the vertebrates, unpredictable Nature selected only snakes ( and one lizard ). 1
19. Cestodes, or tapeworms, are gut parasites of vertebrates. They are structurally more specialized than flukes , having a scolex with attachment organs, a neck region, and a strobila. 1
20. Crocodile not fish, reptiles of vertebrates, ZuLong extant insects are the offspring. 1
21. Description: The Yixian formation of China contains a panoply of exquisitely - preserved insects, vertebrates, and plants. 1
22. Endemism of vertebrates and invertebrates is also very high. 1
23. Environmental hormone is a kind of external chemical substance which incretion of human beings and vertebrates. 1
24. Finger said these chemosensory cells are found in most aquatic vertebrates, including sharks, bony fish and lampreys. 1
25. Furthermore, there appears to be a total absence of dentine, which is unexpected if conodonts are vertebrates. 1
26. Here, no vertebrates at all could be found, the fossils consisting only of invertebrates such as the trilobites. 1
27. Huwentoxin-I is a low molecular weight peptide toxin which blocks the transmission of neuromuscular junction of vertebrates. 1
28. I can extrapolate this deduction to other vertebrates but an arthropod has different reactions and an utterly different nervous system. 1
29. In all vertebrates, brain-stem circuitry keeps crucial parameters such as temperature and carbon dioxide and glucose levels within the right range. 1
30. In evolution, Amphioxus, a cephalochordate, has been regarded as the living fossil closest to the vertebrates. 1
 

Vertebrates

[ˈvərdəbrət, ˈvərdəˌbrāt]

NOUN

  - an animal of a large group distinguished by the possession of a backbone or spinal column, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fishes.Compare with invertebrate.

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