Traducción de vertebrate en Español:

vertebrate

vertebrado, n.

Pronunciación /ˈvərdəˌbreɪt//ˈvərdəbrət//ˈvəːtɪbrət/

nombre

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    vertebrado masculino
    • Frugivorous vertebrates ingest fruits and the seeds within, later defecating the seeds.
    • The third puzzle is why all of this should happen in warm-blooded vertebrates but not in cold-blooded vertebrates.
    • When the fossilized lamprey lived, there were probably many types of jawless vertebrates.
    • In short, this analysis finds that conodonts are more derived than any of the living jawless vertebrates.
    • Instead the molecules that orchestrate adaptive immunity are found in the jawed vertebrates and nowhere else.
    • Following Simpson, Newell mentioned the example of the relatively wider limb bones of larger land vertebrates.
    • Owen's studies on fossil vertebrates were immensely productive.
    • Unlike all other jawed vertebrates, placoderms never had teeth, and did not descend from toothed ancestors.
    • Their presence suggests the feature appeared in a common ancestor of jawed vertebrates, or gnathostomes.
    • The temperature at which the eggs of ectothermic vertebrates incubate can influence several phenotypic traits of offspring.
    • No one had unambiguously located such genes in animals more primitive than the jawed vertebrates.
    • And we're slow, compared to most big warm-blooded vertebrates.
    • For that reason the earliest terrestrial vertebrates did not come equipped with an occiput, as we understand the term.
    • Such a growth trajectory is uncommon or unreported among terrestrial vertebrates and merits closer examination.
    • Floras and faunas from these beds have been discussed, but the remains of small vertebrates have received little attention.
    • Jawed vertebrates appeared 100 million years later, in the Silurian.
    • If you look at all the warm-blooded vertebrates, we've all got roughly the same life span.
    • The limbs of tetrapod vertebrates evolved from fins, with the digits as a novel feature.
    • But some land vertebrates have lost some or all of their ability to detect pheromones.
    • In contrast, people and other jawed vertebrates brandish adaptive immune systems.

adjetivo

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    vertebrado
    • In at least some areas of the river, Axarus larvae are eaten by vertebrate predators.
    • The spider is the also first known predator that deliberately feeds on vertebrate blood by eating mosquitoes.
    • Variations in lemming abundance had a considerable effect on many other vertebrate species in this community.
    • For more information, see our new exhibits on vertebrate flight and avian flight.
    • Similar dispersal behavior among vertebrate siblings has been reported.
    • Members of all vertebrate classes predate eggs and hatchlings.
    • Burying beetles fly in search of small vertebrate carcasses that they inter and subsequently use as the sole larval food source.
    • The beluga sturgeon is one of the most long-lived of all vertebrate species.
    • This junction is clearly visible as a dark band or basal lamina in electron micrographs of developing vertebrate teeth.
    • To delve further into this subject, check out our new exhibits on vertebrate flight and chiropteran flight.
    • If we are ever to develop a theory of vertebrate osteology, this is one of the most remarkable facts it will have to explain.
    • Each vertebrate species was infected by different subsets of oMG's.
    • In tropical rainforests, the majority of woody plant species disperse seeds via vertebrate frugivores.
    • New mutated forms of GFP that are more intensely fluorescent provide more avenues for its use in vertebrate systems.
    • Indeed, during this time most of the various invertebrate and vertebrate phyla evolved.
    • Most investigation into such an antipredatory benefit has focused on caudal autotomy in vertebrate taxa.
    • However, vertebrate material was rare in this deposit, and there was not enough material to analyze biochemically.
    • Understanding of the earliest amniotes has been a central pursuit of vertebrate paleontologists over the past century.
    • In addition to abundant crinoids, a diverse invertebrate and vertebrate fauna is contained within the Muldraugh.
    • Examples of this behavioral hierarchy appear in every vertebrate group.