In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Anatomíacolumna (vertebral) femeninoespina dorsal femenino
- The change was a huge evolutionary step that opened the way for vertebrates - animals with backbones - to emerge from the water.
- The spine, hips and shoulders are literally the backbone of the body.
- The function of the vertebrate backbone relies on an array of tissues, with variable composition and structure integrated into a multitude of configurations.
- Spina bifida, often called open spine, affects the backbone and, sometimes, the spinal cord.
- Xu notes that, except for exhibitions or scientific exchanges, it is against the law to export vertebrate fossils - fossils of animals with backbones - from China.
- Scrunching up the backbone would bring the shoulder and pelvis closer together, while straightening the backbone would push them apart, he explained.
- Geneticists will be able to track the same set of genes across a variety of species - say, the genes for backbones in vertebrates.
- The findings will set them on a collision course with geneticists who argue that the evolution of humans and other vertebrates - animals with backbones - was driven by sudden changes in their genes.
- Pterosaurs were the first vertebrates, or animals with backbones, to flap their wings and fly.
- This is a test where a needle is placed through the lower part of the back between the backbones and into the spinal column.
- This jawless mouth sets the lamprey and its cousin the hagfish apart from all other modern vertebrates - animals with backbones.
- The spinal cord, a pathway for messages between the brain and the body, is protected by the backbone, or spinal column.
- He had displayed so many varieties of them from the skull of cows, dogs and pigs, bones of a garden lizard, backbone and skull of a snake.
- Both chickens and humans are vertebrates, a group of animals that have skulls and backbones.
- Snakes have hundreds of similar vertebrae in their backbones, as can be seen in the skeleton of a python embryo.
- To fillet a cooked trout, remove the head then use a spoon and run it along the backbone of the flesh of the fish - this should loosen the fillets.
- The researchers found horse skulls and backbones in the villages, indicating that horses were butchered on site.
- Your backbone (vertebral column) is actually a stack of more than 30 small bones called vertebrae.
- Finally, ancestral archosaurs had a double row of bony plates (called scutes, or osteoderms) running along the backbone.
- Segments are the building blocks of arthropod bodies, vertebrae the building blocks of backbones.
2(main strength)columna vertebral femeninoeje masculinothey lack backbone — no tienen fibra
- The Andes mountain range is the backbone of the country as well as the continent of South America.
- Since the beginning of time, women have been the support system and backbone for many of the great strides made by men.
- Colin has volunteered at the museum for six years, and as with all the volunteers, is the backbone of the organisation.
- It is a problem that has to be addressed because the clubs are the backbone of the Association.
- Her interest in school's not just a character trait - it's the backbone of the entire series.
- Health insurers are the backbone of the system, since they pay the bills.
- The interstate highway system is the backbone of our national economy - clearly, there's a need to support it.
- You must do it right because your staff are the backbone of your business.
- Their relationship is the backbone of the series, and both actors are very strong in their roles.
- He cites his mother as his inspiration, support and the backbone of his success.
- Today, an access control system is the backbone of many organizations' total security plan.
- And the system, with few exceptions, still provides the backbone of professional education and development within the Army.
- ‘The focus is on developing a core of strong domestic banks to be the backbone of the financial system,’ she said.
- Can't sophisticated people attack the computer systems that are the backbone of these big financial institutions?
- He is really the backbone of the band, with his superlative drumming.
- Traditionally, skills of a given trade were transmitted from father to son thereby forming the backbone of the apprenticeship system.
- Farming is the backbone of this great nation and personifies the grit, determination, and values of America.
- I shall just point out very briefly some of the good things we have done in rural health, which supports the backbone of this country.
- Public transportation should be made the backbone of the system.
- Therefore, the backbone of the squad remains the same, which will probably not be enough to improve on last season's third place.
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