Vertebrata


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Vertebrata

 [ver″tĕ-bra´tah]
a subphylum of the Chordata, comprising all animals having a vertebral column, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fishes.

Ver·te·bra·ta

(ver'tĕ-brah'tă),
The vertebrates, a major division of the phylum Chordata, consisting of those animals with a dorsal hollow nerve cord enclosed in a cartilaginous or bony spinal column; includes several classes of fishes, and the amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.
Synonym(s): Craniata
[L. vertebratus, jointed]

Vertebrata

/Ver·te·bra·ta/ (ver″tĕ-bra´tah) a subphylum of the Chordata, comprising all animals having a vertebral column, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fishes.

Ver·te·bra·ta

(vĕr'tĕ-brā'tă)
The vertebrates, a major division of the phylum Chordata, consisting of those animals with a dorsal hollow nerve cord enclosed in a cartilaginous or bony spinal column; includes several classes of fishes, and the amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.
[L. vertebratus, jointed]

Vertebrata

a subphylum of the Chordata, comprising all animals having a vertebral column, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish.
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GenBank accession Species Class number Xenopus (Silurana) tropicalis Vertebrata NP_001011170 Xenopus laevis Vertebrata NP_001080214 Oreochromis niloticus Vertebrata XP_003438197 Danio rerio Vertebrata NP_998052 Bos taurus Vertebrata NP_001029981 Camponotus floridanus Arthropoda EFN69732 Daphnia pulex Arthropoda EFX82491 Hydra magnipapillata Anthomedusae XP_002160778 Crassostrea gigas Mollusca EKC28333 Number of Sequence Species amino acids identities (%) Xenopus (Silurana) tropicalis 226Aa 41 Xenopus laevis 226Aa 41 Oreochromis niloticus 227Aa 39 Danio rerio 227Aa 39 Bos taurus 230Aa 39 Camponotus floridanus 226Aa 41 Daphnia pulex 226Aa 40 Hydra magnipapillata 228Aa 40 Crassostrea gigas 224Aa 40
High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits in the Cylindropyrum and Vertebrata section of the Aegilops genus and identification of subunits related to those encoded by the Dx alleles of common wheat.
Sabemos que--con un grado de conocimiento que se aproxima a la certeza--en un periodo geologico relativamente reciente, no existia una sola especie del mundo organico actual; que todos los Vertebrata existentes ahora tuvieron su origen aun mas recientemente.
Bird--(1) Any member of the class Avis of the phylum Vertebrata, the body of which is covered with feathers.
double dagger]) segmented 1 worm Spirorbis segmented 1 worm Polyplacophorans Chaetopleura gemma([dagger]) chiton 3 Lepidozona mertensii chiton 3 Nuttallina californica chiton 3 Porifera Leucandra sponge 1 heathi([double dagger]) Plocamia sponge 1 karykina([double dagger]) Urochordates Aplidium californicum tunicate 1 Archidistoma molle([dagger]) tunicate 1 Vertebrata Oligocottus maculosus sculpin 3 Rimicola eigenmonnii([dagger]) cling fish 3 ([dagger]) Species not recorded by Hewatt in plots surveyed by both studies.
Sharks are part of the Kingdom Animalia, the Phylum Chordata, and the subphylum Vertebrata, just like humans and "bony" fish.
A spontaneous adaptation to new conditions may be regarded as ascertained in the case of fish, the lowest grade of vertebrata.
Furthermore, the overall scheme of the mGH gene structure fits perfectly into the overall GH gene structure in the subphylum Vertebrata, demonstrating a relatively high level of conservatism (Kawauchi et al.
Este phylum comprende tres subphylum: Urochordata (ascidias, salpas, barrilitos de mar y apendicularias), Cephalochordata (anfioxos o lancetas de mar) y Vertebrata (e.
1880): On the application of the laws of evolution to the arrangement of the Vertebrata and more particularly of the Mammalia.
The Phylum Chordata comprises three Subphyla: Urochordata, Cephalochordata, and Vertebrata.