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Comparative anatomy

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Comparative anatomy studies similarities and differences in organisms. The image shows homologous bones in the upper limb of various vertebrates. Comparative anatomy is the study of similarities and...

Organisms with external skeletons are exemplified by - Answers

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Organisms with external skeletons are exemplified by? Organisms with external ... Do amphibians have an internal or external skeleton? Frogs have an internal ...

Biological Diversity 9 - Estrella Mountain Community College

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External skeletons and coeloms appeared during the Cambrian-Ordovician time. ... Deuterostomes (as exemplified by the echinoderms and chordates) develop ... if embryonic cells are separated, each one develops into a complete organism.

Invertebrate Capture Techniques - Chapter 1 - stevemcwilliam.co.uk

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... do not have backbones and consequently all those organisms which move, ingest food, ... The vast majority have an external shell made of secreted calcium carbonate .... This is exemplified by the freshwater limpets of our rivers and streams. .... The external skeleton (exoskeleton) is composed of a material called chitin ...

Evolving Marine Biomimetics for Regenerative Dentistry - NCBI

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May 13, 2014 ... Marine organisms are exemplary bioresources that have extensive possibilities in .... and simple life-forms exemplified by marine sponges and planktonic organisms. .... The skeletons provide 3-dimensional spaces for cell or tissue colonization .... to picking up molecules from the local external environment.

Environmental Constraints on the Mechanics of Crawling ... - Springer

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Aug 19, 2010 ... ing and burrowing by limbless organisms using hydrostatic skeletons depend on the medium and mode in which the organism is moving. Whether the .... properties, forces, and components of external work. Differ- ences in ..... sands, is exemplified by the mole crab, Emerita, that burrows very quickly into ...

Definition of Invertebrate Support Systems | Chegg.com

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The external skeleton of these jointed-legged animals plays a key role in this ready adaptation. In almost all cases, the exoskeleton not only provides structural  ...

The Environment of the Early Vertebrates: The American Naturalist ...

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(3) The form and metamerism as exemplified in the earliest fishes were ... a durable external skeleton: in the later marine rocks when the skeleton had become ...

On the evolution of development - NCBI - National Institutes of Health

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The PTHrP signaling pathway was critical for the evolution of the skeleton, ... By viewing evolution from its inception in unicellular organisms, driven by .... exemplified by the comment by SJ Gould that internal selection is tantamount to cancer [8]. ..... Such external environmental constraints to the transition from water-to-land ...

Evolutionary crossroads in developmental biology: Cnidaria ...

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Cnidarians in both groups have an external radial symmetry, yet internal ... and other basal metazoans (see Glossary, Box 1) as model organisms has grown, ... and for studying the formation of the calcified skeleton that defines the coral reef. .... here exemplified by the edwardsiid sea anemone Nematostella vectensis, ...

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What is an external skeleton? | Reference.com

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An external skeleton, commonly referred to as an exoskeleton, is an external ... If the outgrown exoskeleton is not shed, the organism is likely to suffocate inside ...

Pattern of life : Nature News

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May 30, 2000 ... ... external skeletons (exoskeletons) that enclose their soft bodies. Single-celled organisms called radiolarians and diatoms make these protective ... Another common patterning method in nature is exemplified by the stripes or ...

Biology of Animals & Plants - Arthropods - FM Faculty Web Pages

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... those of mollusks, an exoskeleton has many flexible joints, allowing a wide range of movement. Skeletons in our group are the "opposite" kind, endoskeletons.