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150 examples of vertebrates in sentences

Among Vertebrates there is no ordinally distinct fossil fish: there is only one extinct order of Amphibiathe Labyrinthodonts; but there are at least four distinct orders of Reptilia, viz.

Thus it is certain that a comparatively highly organised vertebrate type, such as that of the Labyrinthodonts, is capable of persisting, with no considerable change, through the period represented by the vast deposits which constitute the Carboniferous, the Permian, and the Triassic formations.

In the Triassic epoch, the distribution of the dry land and of terrestrial vertebrate life appears to have been, generally, similar to that which existed in the Mesozoic epoch; so that the Triassic continents and their faunae seem to be related to the Mesozoic lands and their faunae, just as those of the Miocene epoch are related to those of the present day.

In this respect, the Permian land Vertebrate fauna appears to me to be related to the Triassic much as the Eocene is to the Miocene.

It may be said that the Carboniferous formations demonstrate the existence of a vast extent of dry land in the present dry-land area, and that the supposed terrestrial Palaeozoic Vertebrate Fauna ought to have left its remains in the Coal-measures, especially as there is now reason to believe that much of the coal was formed by the accumulation of spores and sporangia on dry land.

The Vertebrate fauna elaborated in the Mesozoic continent moved westward and took possession of the new lands, which gradually increased in extent up to, and in some directions after, the Miocene epoch.

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.

All vertebrates possess adrenal glands.

In the lowest of the vertebrates, Petromyzon, the two parts are distinct, the cells of the cortex-to-be are situated in the walls of the kidney blood vessels, projecting as peninsulas in the blood stream, the blood sweeping over and past them.

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

Then the sexes develop their latest function, most prominent among the younger vertebrates, of acting as nature's most potent method of variation and differentiation.

Present in all vertebrates, there seems to be more of it in the carnivora than in the herbivora, like the thyroid.

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

Every individual born among the vertebrates, for example, must have a certain definite amount and percentage of pituitary gland, anterior and posterior, pineal, thyroid, parathyroid, thymus, adrenal, pancreas, interstitial and so on.

The conception of a particular chemical make-up of the individual, statable and relatively controllable in terms of the internal secretions, supplies a more rational and satisfactory method of approach to the problem than any so far suggested as far as vertebrates are concerned at any rate.

The first experiments with artificial circulation in the isolated heart were made in Ludwig's laboratory, but they were limited to the frog and the inferior vertebrates.

Darwin's great hypothesis, and every development springing from it, had been banned, because the moment that a theory was propounded of the great biologic relationship of all flesh, from worms to vertebrates, there instantly followed a corollary of the brotherhood of man.

Vertebrate Remains in the Cuzco Gravels.

Vertebrate Fossils from Ayusbamba, Peru.

A play with a well-marked, well-balanced act-structure is a higher artistic organism than a play with no act-structure, just as a vertebrate animal is higher than a mollusc.

A fearful old place, full of small vertebrates that squeak and smaller articulates that bite, if its outward promise can be trusted.

Since then the discoveries of von Baer and others have shown not only that the egg is common to all living beings without exception, from the lowest Radiate to the highest Vertebrate, but that its structure is at first identical in all, composed of the same primitive elements and undergoing exactly the same process of growth up to the time when it assumes the special character peculiar to its kind.

I will take the egg of the Turtle as an illustration, since that has been the subject of my own especial study; but, as I do not intend to carry my remarks beyond the period during which the history of all vertebrate eggs is the same, they may be considered of more general application.

Between these two extremes we have all degrees, from the innumerable cells that build up the body of the highest Vertebrate to the single-celled Worm, and from the myriad cells of the Oak to the single-celled Alga.

Haddocks are vertebrates; and therefore are sea-horses.

I am ashamed to write and talk, sometimes, when I see how those functions of the large-brained, thumb-opposing plantigrade are abused by my fellow-vertebrates,perhaps by myself.

We are quite unable to resist the impulse of mere vascular and nervous reaction, the watering of the mouth, the jerk of the limb, the closing of the eye which we share with some of the simplest vertebrates.

Geologically this is a very ancient region, having appeared above the waters before the dawning of the age of reptiles, or, indeed, of any true land vertebrates on the globe.

Among the higher vertebrates there are many known factors which have influence, some in one set of cases, some in another set of cases, in the development and preservation of species.

SEE Smell, taste and allied senses in the vertebrates.

R60241. SMELL, TASTE AND ALLIED SENSES IN THE VERTEBRATES, by G. H. Parker.

Vertebrate embryology.

R107214, 4Feb53, Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH) The intelligence of vertebrate animals.

Richard J. Walsh (A); 18Apr56; R168610. WALTER, DOROTHY C. Biology of the vertebrates.

Biology of the vertebrates.

Manual of the vertebrate animals of the Northeastern United States, inclusive of marine species.

Manual of the vertebrate animals of the Northeastern United States, inclusive of marine species.

Eros M. Savage (A); 2Oct61; R282430. SAYLES, LEONARD P. Manual of vertebrate zoology.

Vol.3; Vertebrates.

Haakon M. Chevalier (A); 25May64; R338129. ARIENS KAPPERS, C. U. The comparative anatomy of the nervous system of vertebrates, including man.

The comparative anatomy of the nervous system of vertebrates, including man.

The comparative anatomy of the nervous system of vertebrates, including man.

LITTLE, MALCOLM E. Structure of the vertebrates.

Biology of the vertebrates.

NEWMAN, H. H. The phylum Chordata; biology of vertebrates and their kin.

WALTER, DOROTHY C. Biology of the vertebrates.

WALTER, EDWARD H. Biology of the vertebrates.

Biology of the vertebrates.

HUETTNER, ALFRED F. Fundamentals of comparative embryology of the vertebrates.

Mary R. Huettner (W), Robert James Huettner & Richard Alfred Huettner (C); 4Nov68; R447542. HUETTNER, MARY R. Fundamentals of comparative embryology of the vertebrates.

Fundamentals of comparative embryology of the vertebrates.

Fundamentals of comparative embryology of the vertebrates.

Man and the vertebrates.

Laboratory manual of vertebrate embryology.

as Atlas of outline drawings of the dogfish shark, the necturus, and the cat for vertebrate anatomy, NM: revisions.

R634192. Walter and Sayles' Biology of the vertebrates.

Fundamentals of comparative embryology of the vertebrates.

Vertebrate embryology.

SEE Smell, taste and allied senses in the vertebrates.

R60241. SMELL, TASTE AND ALLIED SENSES IN THE VERTEBRATES, by G. H. Parker.

Vertebrate embryology.

Richard J. Walsh (A); 18Apr56; R168610. WALTER, DOROTHY C. Biology of the vertebrates.

Biology of the vertebrates.

Manual of the vertebrate animals of the Northeastern United States, inclusive of marine species.

Manual of the vertebrate animals of the Northeastern United States, inclusive of marine species.

Vol.3; Vertebrates.

Haakon M. Chevalier (A); 25May64; R338129. ARIENS KAPPERS, C. U. The comparative anatomy of the nervous system of vertebrates, including man.

The comparative anatomy of the nervous system of vertebrates, including man.

The comparative anatomy of the nervous system of vertebrates, including man.

LITTLE, MALCOLM E. Structure of the vertebrates.

Biology of the vertebrates.

NEWMAN, H. H. The phylum Chordata; biology of vertebrates and their kin.

WALTER, DOROTHY C. Biology of the vertebrates.

WALTER, EDWARD H. Biology of the vertebrates.

Biology of the vertebrates.

HUETTNER, ALFRED F. Fundamentals of comparative embryology of the vertebrates.

Mary R. Huettner (W), Robert James Huettner & Richard Alfred Huettner (C); 4Nov68; R447542. HUETTNER, MARY R. Fundamentals of comparative embryology of the vertebrates.

Fundamentals of comparative embryology of the vertebrates.

Fundamentals of comparative embryology of the vertebrates.

Man and the vertebrates.

Comparative vertebrate anatomy.

Albert Rice Leventhal & Jack Goodman (A); 22Dec69; R476058. LEVINSON, ELLIOT R. Comparative vertebrate anatomy.

Vertebrate paleontology.

R634192. Walter and Sayles' Biology of the vertebrates.

Fundamentals of comparative embryology of the vertebrates.

R660756. Vertebrate embryology.

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

I only want you to remember that all beasts, birds, reptiles, and fishes are Vertebrates, and that there are five principal classes of them.

" VERTEBRATES Animals with Backbones CLASS I. Mammals.

Was he, then, a zoologist in the entire acceptation of the word, a kind of Cuvier of the New World, decomposing an animal by analysis, or putting it together again by synthesis, one of those profound connoisseurs, versed in the study of the four types to which modern science refers all animal existence, vertebrates, mollusks, articulates, and radiates?

No. Had Cousin Benedict devoted himself to the study of the vertebrates, mammals, birds, reptiles, and fishes?

In Birds, wings are a typical feature, corresponding to the front limbs in all Vertebrates, which are constructed in the same way, whether they are arms as in Man, or forelegs as in Quadrupeds, or pectoral fins as in Fishes, or wings as in Birds.

We come now to the highest branch of the Animal Kingdom, that to which we ourselves belong,the Vertebrates.

Notwithstanding the rudimentary condition of these limbs in some Vertebrates and their difference of external appearance in the different groups, they are all built of the same structural elements.

What now are the different modes of expressing this structural plan that lead us to associate certain Vertebrates together in distinct classes?

Beginning with the lowest class,the Fishes are cold-blooded, they breathe through gills, and they are egg-laying; in other words, though they have the same general structure as the other Vertebrates, they have a special mode of circulation, respiration, and reproduction.

The Mammalia are also warm-blooded and breathe through lungs; but they differ from all other Vertebrates in their mode of reproduction, bringing forth living young which they nurse with milk.

Even in the lowest members of this highest group of the Vertebrates, at the head of which stands Man himself, looking heavenward it is true, but nevertheless rooted deeply in the Animal Kingdom, we have the dawning of those family relations, those intimate ties between parents and children, on which the whole social organization of the human race is based.

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

Out of all these inevitable elements the audience is generated,a great compound vertebrate, as much like fifty others you have seen as any two mammals of the same species are like each other.