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ANIMALS
ZOOLOGY
BREED
CHORDATES
INVERTEBRATE
FISH
AQUATIC ANIMAL
ANIMAL
FICTIONAL ANIMALS
MOLLUSCS
SPONGES
ACANTHOCEPHALA
ACOELOMATA
ACOELOMORPHA
ACORN WORMS
AGNOTOZOA
ANIMAL CONTROL
ANIMAL DISEASES
ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION
ANIMAL PHYLA
ANIMAL WELFARE
ANNELID
ANNELIDA
ANOPLA
APANTOMANCY
ARTHROPOD
ARTHROPODA
ARTHROPODS
ASCHELMINTHES
ASPIDOGASTREA
BAYLISASCARIS
BDELLOID
BEHAVIOUR
BILATERIA
BRACHIOPOD
BRYOZOA
CHAETOGNATHA
CHOANOFLAGELLATES
CHORDATA
CNIDARIA
CNIDARIANS
COELOM
CRANIFORMA
CRUROTARSI
CRYPTIC ANIMALS
CRYPTIDS
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Animals

  1. Animals are a major group of multicellular organisms, of the kingdom Animalia or Metazoa. (Web site)
  2. Animals are Eukaryotes, and diverged from the same group of flagellate protozoa that gave rise to the fungi and choanoflagellates.
  3. Animals are a major group of multicellular, eukaryotic organisms of the kingdom Animalia or Metazoa. (Web site)

Zoology

  1. Zoology is a science. (Web site)
  2. Zoology is a branch of biology dealing with animals.
  3. Zoology is a general survey of the animal kingdom.
  4. Zoology is a growing department and currently has 20 faculty members including 4 instructors.
  5. Zoology is a journal devoted to the publication of original research papers in comparative and organismic studies in animal science.

Breed

  1. A breed is a domesticated subspecies or infrasubspecies of an animal .
  2. The breed was created to combine the best characteristics of both animals with a view towards beef production. (Web site)
  3. Breed is a squad based, science-fiction video game developed by Brat Designs and published by CDV Software Entertainment .
  4. The breed is also known as the Caravan hound in some parts of Karnataka, particularly around Bangalore.
  5. The breed was derived from the horses brought over to the New World by the Spanish conquistadors. (Web site)

Chordates

  1. Chordates are a very large group of animals with backbones. (Web site)
  2. Chordates are animals with backbones.
  3. Chordates are defined as organisms that possess a structure called a notochord, at least during some part of their development. (Web site)
  4. Chordates are in part defined by the presence of a notochord, which is a stiffened dorsal rod (in humans, this has evolved into a spinal column). (Web site)
  5. Chordates are mobile. (Web site)

Invertebrate

  1. Invertebrate is a term coined by Chevalier de Lamarck to describe any animal without a backbone or vertebra, like insects, squids and worms.
  2. An invertebrate is an animal lacking a vertebral column. (Web site)
  3. An invertebrate is an animal without a backbone.
  4. An invertebrate is any multicellular animal lacking a backbone. (Web site)
  5. Invertebrate is a kind of animal that does not have a spinal column or backbone. (Web site)

Fish

  1. A fish is an animal which lives and breathes in water. (Web site)
  2. Fish are ancient water-dwelling creatures found all over the globe.
  3. A fish is a cold blooded vertebrate that lives in the water and breathes with gills. (Web site)
  4. A fish is a poikilothermic (cold-blooded) water-dwelling vertebrate with gills.
  5. Fish are a paraphyletic group: that is, any clade containing all fish also contains the tetrapods, which are not fish. (Web site)

Aquatic Animal

  1. Aquatic animal is a non-evolutionary classification: it covers whales, fish, crustaceans, shellfish, jellyfish, anenomes, penguins, etc.

Animal

  1. An animal is anything alive that is not bacteria, a plant or a fungi.
  2. Etymology The word "animal" comes from the Latin word animal, of which animalia is the plural, and is derived from anima, meaning vital breath or soul.
  3. Colloquially, the term "animal" is often used in the narrower sense of non-human animals.
  4. An animal is a big responsibility and if you're not up to the job, then you mine as well find another owner for your animal.
  5. An animal is a multicellular eukaryotic heterotroph whose cells lack cell walls.

Fictional Animals

  1. Pages in category " Fictional animals ". (Web site)
  2. List of fictional animals (other) - definition of List of fictional animals (other) - Labor Law Talk Dictionary one search.

Molluscs

  1. Molluscs are a clade of organisms that all have soft bodies which typically have a "head" and a "foot" region.
  2. Molluscs are a large and diverse group, which includes some 100,000 species living in salt water, in freshwater and on land.
  3. Molluscs are an enormous and varied animal group, with over 120,000 species worldwide. (Web site)
  4. Molluscs are an extremely diverse group of organisms. (Web site)
  5. Molluscs are bilaterally symmetrical eumetazoans. (Web site)

Sponges

  1. Sponges - The sponges or poriferans (from the Greek poros "pore" and ferro "to bear") are animals of the phylum Porifera. (Web site)
  2. Sponges are A Symmetrical, Meaning they only eat, and let waste out of their system in on opening. (Web site)
  3. Sponges are a diverse group of sometimes common types, with about 5000 species known across the world.
  4. Sponges are a major component in Lower Cambrian Chengjiang fauna, where they are second only to arthropods in both generic and specific diversity. (Web site)
  5. Sponges are able to absorb water and filter it, by filtering it, it is able to catch it's food because it eats very small organisms. (Web site)

Acanthocephala

  1. Acanthocephala is a small group of obligate parasites that utilize arthropods and vertebrates in a conserved two-host life cycle.
  2. Acanthocephala are thorny headed parasitic worms that are found in many species of fishes, amphibians, birds, and mammals. (Web site)
  3. Acanthocephala is a compact group of cylindrical, parasitic worms, with no near allies in the animal kingdom.
  4. Acanthocephala is a medium sized phylum (1 000 species) of usually small and always parasitic (in the guts of vertebrates) worms.
  5. Acanthocephala: the thorny-headed worms, 7. (Web site)

Acoelomata

  1. Acoelomata: No body cavity (coelom). (Web site)
  2. Message boards Post comment Acoelomata Acoelomates consist of two modern phyla of worms -- the Platyhelminthes and Nemerteans.

Acoelomorpha

  1. The Acoelomorpha are a phylum of animals formerly considered flatworms, but now known to be a separate group, basal among the Bilateria. (Web site)
  2. The Acoelomorpha are consist of two different phylum-level groups, the Nemertodermatida and the Acoela.

Acorn Worms

  1. Acorn worms are classified in the phylum Hemichordata, closely related to the chordates.
  2. Acorn worms are considered more highly specialized and advanced than other similarly shaped worm-like creatures. (Web site)
  3. Acorn worms are generally slow burrowers. (Web site)
  4. Acorn worms are rarely seen by humans because of their lifestyle. (Web site)
  5. The acorn worms are solitary animals that are generally found sheltered in burrows, under rocks, or in thick vegetation.

Agnotozoa

  1. Agnotozoa are animals without complex differentiated tissue; animals such as Trichoplax adhaerens do have simple but specialized epithelial tissue.
  2. Agnotozoa is a sub-kingdom of three small phyla of simple animals without organs.
  3. Agnotozoa is the name of a taxon of simple animals. (Web site)

Animal Control

  1. Animal Control is a function that is directed and managed under the Lieutenant of the Detention Division of Southampton Sheriff’s Office.
  2. Animal Control was just on the hunt.
  3. Animal control is a priority.
  4. Animal control is the law enforcement agency for both Pima County and the city of Tucson's animal cruelty laws.

Animal Diseases

  1. Animal diseases are characterized as infectious and noninfectious.
  2. Animal diseases are of great concern to humans for several reasons.
  3. Animal diseases are of great concern to humans for several.

Animal Experimentation

  1. Animal Experimentation is a collection of essays discussing the use of animals for experimental purposes from both sides of the issue. (Web site)
  2. Animal experimentation is a bloody, violent, and deadly business.
  3. Animal experimentation is a difficult issue to confront. (Web site)
  4. Animal experimentation is a fact of life, and it is a fact that will not, in the foreseeable future, cease.
  5. Animal experimentation is a huge industry. (Web site)

Animal Phyla

  1. Animal phyla are classified according to certain criteria, including the type of coelom, symmetry, body plan, and presence of segmentation.
  2. Animal phyla are further divided into classes, orders, families, genera, and species. (Web site)

Animal Welfare

  1. Animal Welfare is a focus for the advancement of animal welfare science and technology and helps ensure that relevant knowledge is readily available.
  2. Animal welfare is an issue that concerns us all. (Web site)
  3. Animal welfare is the viewpoint that animals, especially those under human care, should not suffer.

Annelid

  1. An annelid is a creature with a cylindrical body which is segmented both outside and inside.
  2. An annelid is a round, wormlike animals that has a long segmented body.
  3. Annelid is a general term for a worm.
  4. Annelid is a tool designed to detect these cases.

Annelida

  1. Annelida - The Annelida are segmented worms that include the earthworms, polychaete worms, and leeches. (Web site)
  2. Annelida are marine, freshwater, and terrestrial in distribution and may also be either internal or external parasites of other animals. (Web site)
  3. Annelida are segmented and they have eight hearts. (Web site)
  4. Annelida is a phylum of soft-bodied, bilaterally symmetrical, segmented animals, known as the segmented, or annelid, worms. (Web site)

Anopla

  1. Anopla is a paraphyletic group (Br 316).
  2. Anopla is a paraphyletic taxon.

Apantomancy

  1. Apantomancy is a divination method that interprets the chance encounters with animals.
  2. Apantomancy is a way of telling fortunes that deals with the articles at hand and how they make omens for the future.
  3. Apantomancy is used by many people to find out their fortunes. (Web site)
  4. Apantomancy is used by many people. (Web site)

Arthropod

  1. The arthropod was top of the food chain, he said. (Web site)

Arthropoda

  1. Arthropoda is the largest and most diverse animal phylum. (Web site)
  2. Arthropoda is the largest phylum of invertebrate animals and comprises crustaceans, insects, arachnids (spiders and scorpions), and other classes. (Web site)
  3. The arthropoda are considered the most advanced of invertebrates. (Web site)

Arthropods

  1. Arthropods are abundant and successful in almost all habitats.
  2. Arthropods are animals and are therefore generally comparable to other animal foods in terms of their nutritional composition. (Web site)
  3. Arthropods are animals with exoskeletons (external skeletons), segmented bodies, and jointed legs. (Web site)
  4. Arthropods are animals with jointed legs and segmented bodies, such as insects, spiders, centipedes, and crustaceans. (Web site)
  5. Arthropods are animals with segmented bodies and six or more jointed legs. (Web site)

Aschelminthes

  1. The Aschelminthes are no longer recognised and its member phyla are distributed between two great clades of protostomes ( Aguinaldo et al.

Aspidogastrea

  1. The Aspidogastrea are an interesting group of about 80 species of parasitic Platyhelminths. (Web site)
  2. The Aspidogastrea is a small group of flukes comprising about 80 species. (Web site)

Baylisascaris

  1. Baylisascaris are highly resistant to decontamination procedures because of their dense cell walls and sticky surface.
  2. Baylisascaris is a genus of roundworm s that infest more than fifty animal species .
  3. Baylisascaris is a genus of roundworms that infest more than fifty animal species .
  4. Baylisascaris is a genus of roundworms that infest more than fifty different animal species.
  5. Baylisascaris is a genusof roundwormsthat infest more than fifty animal species .

Bdelloid

  1. Bdelloid - The posterior end of bdelloid rotifer s bear small toes connected with pedal glands in the foot (Fig 1, 23-17).

Behaviour

  1. Augury is fortune telling from the behaviour of birds. (Web site)
  2. Ophiomancy is prediction by observing the behaviour of snakes. (Web site)
  3. The behaviour of broiler chickens and its modification by lameness.

Bilateria

  1. Bilateria are bilaterally symmetric animals and have three germ layers, like humans or worms.
  2. Bilateria are currently subdivided into three superclades: Deuterostomia, Ecdysozoa, and Lophotrochozoa. (Web site)
  3. Bilateria is a crown group.
  4. The Bilateria are all animals having a bilateral symmetry, i.e. (Web site)
  5. The Bilateria are those animals which have a body composed of three different germ layers, called the endoderm[?], mesoderm, and ectoderm[?].

Brachiopod

  1. A Brachiopod is a fairly simple organism. (Web site)
  2. A brachiopod is a kind of shellfish. (Web site)

Bryozoa

  1. Bryozoa are animals, not plants. (Web site)
  2. Bryozoa are colonial animals, which are abundant in modern marine environments and also occur in fresh waters.
  3. Bryozoa are filter-feeding animals that capture microscopic food floating past them in the water. (Web site)
  4. Bryozoa are marine colonial animals that may look like--and tend to live like moss. (Web site)
  5. Bryozoa are not plants. (Web site)

Chaetognatha

  1. Chaetognatha is a phylum of predatory marine worms that are a major component of plankton worldwide.

Choanoflagellates

  1. Choanoflagellates are easy to find. (Web site)
  2. The choanoflagellates are a group of flagellate protozoa. (Web site)

Chordata

  1. Chordata is a large and diverse group of animals, with roughly 50,000 living species included. (Web site)
  2. Chordata is a phylum and is broken down into three subphyla: Urochordata, Cephalochordata, and Vertebrata. (Web site)
  3. Chordata is a phylum. (Web site)
  4. The Chordata is the animal phylum with which everyone is most intimately familiar, since it includes humans and other vertebrates. (Web site)

Cnidaria

  1. Cnidaria - a good non-technical intro.
  2. Cnidaria are among the oldest animals in the fossil record. (Web site)
  3. Cnidaria are radially symmetrical. (Web site)
  4. Cnidaria is a large phylum composed of some of results Image for the most beautiful of all Alameda.
  5. Cnidaria is a large phylum composed of some of the most beautiful of all .

Cnidarians

  1. Cnidarians are Radial Symmetric because they are round. (Web site)
  2. Cnidarians are a large and successful phylum of animals that diverged from the Bilateria perhaps 600 million years ago. (Web site)
  3. Cnidarians are all carnivores. (Web site)
  4. Cnidarians are also found under water also. (Web site)
  5. Cnidarians are bag-shaped, with a mouth but no anus, and usually tentacles around the mouth.

Coelom

  1. A coelom is a body cavity lined by a mesodermic epithelium. (Web site)
  2. A coelom is a cavity lined by an epithelium In zootomy, epithelium is a tissue composed of a layer of cells.
  3. A coelom is a cavity lined by an epithelium derived from mesenchyme.
  4. A coelom is a cavity lined by an epithelium derived from mesoderm.
  5. A coelom is a fluid filled space or cavity between the gut and body wall.

Craniforma

  1. Craniforma is a class of brachiopods ( lamp shells) and the only class of the subphylum Craniformea.
  2. Craniforma is a class of lamp shell s and the only class of the subphylum Craniformea .
  3. Craniforma is a class of lamp shells and the only class of the subphylum Craniformea .

Crurotarsi

  1. The Crurotarsi are one of the two primary daughter clades of the Archosaur ia.
  2. The Crurotarsi are one of the two primary daughter clades of the Archosauria. (Web site)

Cryptic Animals

  1. Some cryptic animals also simulate natural movement, e.g., of a leaf in the wind.
  2. Professor Franklin said "Satellite technology is a great way of tracking these really cryptic animals which are difficult to follow. (Web site)
  3. Alternatively, cryptic animals may be active predators in darkness and use their crypsis while inactive.

Cryptids

  1. Cryptids are animals presumed extinct or not yet proven to exist.
  2. Cryptids are creatures studied by Cryptozoology , a science that support the existence of elusive and rare creatures from which we know very little.
  3. Cryptids are legendary creatures that are rumored or suspected to exist, but for which conclusive proof is still missing. (Web site)

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