Edentata


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Edentata

an order of mammals that includes anteaters, armadillos, sloths.
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edentata as a control of diabetes mellitus can serve as an alternative and accessible treatment to this chronic disorder.
edentata is quite short and thick with the outside of the apex obtuse-angled like in the new species, but the inside of the apex ends in a long tooth and not in a shorter and downcurved subapical tooth.
Del analisis realizado al conjunto faunistico extinguido, representado por Palaeolama, Equus (Amerhippus), Mylodontidae y Edentata, se desprende que parte de los restos fueron depositados por un gran carnivoro.
Evolutionary trends of the histological pattern in the teeth of Edentata (Xenarthra).
Systematics: Marsupialia, Edentata, Condylarthra, Litopterna, and Notioprogonia.
Along with the latter animals, it is placed in an ancient order once called Edentata, which translated literally means "without teeth.
Armadillos, sloths, anteaters and pangolins: orders Edentata and Pholidota, p.
One of these latter species, Anastrepha edentata Stone, is particularly mysterious, as no host has ever been reported from anywhere in its known range of South Florida and Puerto Rico (Norrbom 2004).
braziliensis has been found in domestic animals as dogs and equines as well as in wild mammals such as rodents, edentata and opossums (Aguilar et al.
cruzi(a) Primata Marsupialia Edentata Rodentia Carnivora Artiodactyla Chiroptera Triatomines Belminus herreri Cavernicola lenti C.