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68 examples of  invertebrate  in sentences

68 examples of invertebrate in sentences

The experiment looked hazardous, but, to our great satisfaction, the trawl came up all right and contained, with many of the larger invertebrate, several fishes....

They divide the area included between highwater-mark and lowwater-mark of spring tides (which is very extensive, on account of the great rise and fall of the tide on the Normandy coast about St. Malo, where their observations were made) into four zones, each characterized by its peculiar invertebrate inhabitants.

In both of these life was abundant; and with the deepest cast, 2,435 fathoms, off the month of the Bay of Biscay, we took living, well-marked and characteristic examples of all the five invertebrate sub- kingdoms.

In the lowest vertebrates and in the homologous tissues of the higher invertebrates, the fractions of the thyroid are intimately connected with the ducts of the sexual organs.

Most remarkable is this method of blood supply for it is exceedingly common among the invertebrates and rare among the vertebrates.

Adrenalin, that weapon of a gland tracing its ancestry back to the begetter of the brain itself, for brain and adrenal gland both have evolved from the small nerve ganglia of the invertebrates, would have backed up to the hilt his argument, which he had to elaborate on the indirect grounds of analogy and induction.

In the invertebrates, who date further back in the history of the planet than any vertebrate, the nervous system consists of discrete patches of nerve cells, the ganglions composing the ganglionic system of which the vegetative or autonomic nervous system of man is the direct descendant and representative.

In the first place, there is the fascinating story of the origin of vertebrates from invertebrates of the sea scorpion or spider type.

He felt crushed, spiritually invertebrate, destitute of object in existence, bereft of all hope.

Wagner was greatly over-estimated, in her opinion; she asked for invertebrate music, the free harmony of the passing wind.

Somehow we felt that the daughter of the New England parson was speaking, not the child of the invertebrate Southerner.

The simple life which blandly ignores all care and conflict, soon becomes flabby and invertebrate, sentimental and gelatinous.

They used to try 'em all, big and little, wild and domesticated, mammals and invertebrates.

(Magnified to the same scale.) A, from proteus, a kind of newt; B, salamander; C, frog; D, frog after addition of acetic acid, showing the central nucleus; E, bird; F, camel; G, fish; H, crab or other invertebrate animal ]

She was wont to say that she detested invertebrate women.

She has no vital parts, such as France has in Paris or Germany has in Silesia or Westphalia, upon which the life of the whole State organism depends; she is like some vast multi-cellular invertebrate animal which it is possible to wound but not to destroy.

After that event every new-born imp wore a flaccid, invertebrate, despondent tailthe very last insignium of ignobility.

I have done my best to straighten its array, I have pruned it fearlessly, and it remains invertebrate and wordy.

It is only your invertebrate husband whose wife drifts into the divorce court.

He was working at philosophy and getting up before the sun to make experiments on the susceptibility to light of the invertebrates; by way of studying English and politics at the same time, he was translating Mr. Disraeli's speeches; then every Sunday he accompanied Monsieur Hรฉbert's pupils on their geological excursions in the environs of Paris, while at night he gave lectures to working men on Italian painting and political economy.

A king who would permit such cruel cuttings-up as these wicked animals were guilty of on the fair face of old England, should live in history only as an invertebrate, a royal failure, a decayed mollusk, and the dropsical head of a tottering dynasty.

There it dangles, limp, invertebrate, yet how eloquent!

But this tradition has failed to produce the beginnings or promise of any new phase of civilised organisation, the growths have remained largely invertebrate and chaotic, and, concurrently with its gift of splendid and monstrous growth, it has also developed portentous political and economic evils.

A considerable proportion of people, men no less than women, are born invertebrate, and they must got on as they best can.

His, they tell uswho hold some dry and formalized statement of the truth so close to the eye that it obscures all larger vision of it,his, they tell us, was an "invertebrate theology."

He was a young man who possessed several accomplishments in a small waycould sing a little, and play the piano and guitar a little, sketch a little, and was guilty of occasional effusions in the poetical line which were the palest, most invertebrate reflections of Owen Meredith.

R110160, 10Apr53, Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH) The lower invertebrate animals.

The intelligence of invertebrate animals.

The lower invertebrate animals.

R113096, 8Jun53, Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH) The intelligence of invertebrate animals.

HEGNER, JANE Z. Invertebrate zoology.

SEE Hegner, Robert W. HEGNER, ROBERT W. Invertebrate zoology.

A manual of the common invertebrate animals, exclusive of insects.

PRATT, HENRY SHERRING, ESTATE OF Manual of the common invertebrate animals, exclusive of insects SEE PRATT, HENRY SHERRING.

Invertebrate Spain.

Invertebrate Spain.

The invertebrates: Protozoa through Ctenophora.

Comparison of fossil and modern invertebrate animals.

Laboratory outlines in Invertebrate zoology, I: Protazoa through Rotifera.

Progress of invertebrate life.

Selected invertebrate types.

R110160, 10Apr53, Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH) The lower invertebrate animals.

The intelligence of invertebrate animals.

The lower invertebrate animals.

R113096, 8Jun53, Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH) The intelligence of invertebrate animals.

HEGNER, JANE Z. Invertebrate zoology.

SEE Hegner, Robert W. HEGNER, ROBERT W. Invertebrate zoology.

A manual of the common invertebrate animals, exclusive of insects.

PRATT, HENRY SHERRING, ESTATE OF Manual of the common invertebrate animals, exclusive of insects SEE PRATT, HENRY SHERRING.

Invertebrate Spain.

Invertebrate Spain.

The invertebrates: Protozoa through Ctenophora.

Comparison of fossil and modern invertebrate animals.

Laboratory outlines in Invertebrate zoology, I: Protazoa through Rotifera.

Progress of invertebrate life.

Selected invertebrate types.

In all communities where the men are invertebrate the women become the real heads of the family, doing not only most of the actual work, but also taking the dominant position in affairs generally.

Backbones are called by the Wise Men vertebrae; animals that have backbones are named Vertebrates; and animals that lack backbones are named Invertebrates.

" "Tell us the names of some Invertebrates, please, Doctor," said Rap.

"Well, all sorts of insects are Invertebrates, and so are lobsters and crabs, oysters and clams, worms, starfishes, jelly-fishes, corals, and even sponges.

But never mind about Invertebrates now.

Indeed, in reading even great poetry, is one not sometimes sadly aware, as in the case of Shelley or Swinburne, that the logical sequence of thought is loose and indeterminate, and that this is concealed from one by the reverberating beat of metre, which gives a false sense of structure to a mood that is really invertebrate?

But the stranger, though alive, was evidently in a molluscous, invertebrate condition.

This puerile dogma was asserted ostensibly in the interest of Slavery, in order to get rid of the power of Congress over that subject; but the real source of it was the cowardice of those invertebrate and timorous politicians who desired to evade the responsibility of expressing opinions concerning this power.

BALANOGLOS`SUS, a worm-like marine animal, regarded by the zoologist as a possible connecting link between invertebrates and vertebrates.

CHITIN, a white horny substance found in the exoskeleton of several invertebrate animals.

CREATIN, a substance found in the muscles of vertebrate animals, but never in invertebrate.

Flip sent one swift, withering look of contempt at the Postmaster, who at once becoming invertebrate and groveling, mumbled that he must "get on" to the Crossing, and rose to go.