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Meaning of "anamniote" in the English dictionary

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PRONUNCIATION OF ANAMNIOTE

anamniote  [ænˈæmnɪəʊt] play
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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF ANAMNIOTE

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adjective
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pronoun
preposition
conjunction
determiner
exclamation
Anamniote is a noun.
A noun is a type of word the meaning of which determines reality. Nouns provide the names for all things: people, objects, sensations, feelings, etc.

WHAT DOES ANAMNIOTE MEAN IN ENGLISH?

anamniote

Anamniotes

Amniotes The anamniotes are an informal group comprising the fishes and the amphibians, the so-called "lower vertebrates", which lay their eggs in water. They are distinguished from the amniotes, the "higher vertebrates", which lay their eggs on land or retain the fertilized egg within the mother. The name refers to the amnion, an embryonic membrane produced during the fetal development of amniotes which serves to transport oxygen into the egg and expel carbon dioxide. As the name suggests, anamniotes do not develop an amnion during fetal life and are able to exchange oxygen, carbon dioxide and waste metabolites with the surrounding water. The water helps in the diffusion of waste products, allowing the embryo to complete embryonic development without being poisoned by their own waste products. During their development, all anamniote classes pass through a stage which resembles fish, thus indicating their close physiological relationship.

WORDS THAT RHYME WITH ANAMNIOTE


akaryote
eɪˈkærɪəʊt
amniote
ˈæmnɪəʊt
boat
bəʊt
coat
kəʊt
cote
kəʊt
coyote
ˈkɔɪəʊt
endnote
ˈɛndˌnəʊt
float
fləʊt
gnotobiote
ˌnəʊtəʊˈbaɪəʊt
Grote
ɡrəʊt
houseboat
ˈhaʊsˌbəʊt
macrobiote
ˌmækrəʊˈbaɪəʊt
note
nəʊt
promote
prəˈməʊt
quote
kwəʊt
remote
rɪˈməʊt
throat
θrəʊt
tote
təʊt
vote
vəʊt
wrote
rəʊt

WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE ANAMNIOTE

analyzability
analyzable
analyzation
analyze
Anam
Anambra
anamneses
anamnesis
anamnestic
anamnestically
anamniotic
anamorphic
anamorphic lens
anamorphism
anamorphoscope
anamorphoses
anamorphosis
anamorphous
anan
ananas

WORDS THAT END LIKE ANAMNIOTE

achiote
anecdote
antidote
blue note
Candiote
capote
Cypriote
denote
devote
dote
footnote
keynote
Lanzarote
mote
of note
Post-it Note
pote
Quixote
rote
take note

Synonyms and antonyms of anamniote in the English dictionary of synonyms

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anamniote
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لاسلوي
280 millions of speakers

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anamniote
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anamniote
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anamniote
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Anamniote
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anamniote
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anamniote
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anamniote
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Anamniote
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anamniote
80 millions of speakers

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anamniote
75 millions of speakers

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अनमनीट
75 millions of speakers

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anamniote
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anamniote
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anamniote
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anamniote
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anamniote
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about anamniote

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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ANAMNIOTE»

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Comparative Vertebrate Reproduction
Anamniote Parental Care We have seen that amniote parental care can take a variety of forms, ranging from no care at all to very costly interactions between parent and offspring. In some amniote species, the job of the caretaker parent is ...
Julian Lombardi, 1998
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Atlas of Early Zebrafish Brain Development: A Tool for ...
The zebrafish has been chosen as anamniote model primarily for practical purposes of early accessibility of the embryo and faster genetic screening possibilities. Because of this reason, mostly the early zebrafish embryo and brain has been ...
Thomas Mueller, Mario F. Wullimann, 2005
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Issues in Neuroscience Research and Application: 2011 Edition
Data detailed in 'Absence of an external germinal layer in zebrafish and shark reveals a distinct, anamniote ground plan of cerebellum development' have been presented. “The granule cell layer of the cerebellum comprises the largest ...
‎2012
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How Animals See the World: Comparative Behavior, Biology, ...
... 513 handedness, 501–5, 503f overview, 501 visual asymmetries for features and space, 505–11 , 508f, 510f evolution cognition, 435–36 consciousness, 435– 36 dual elaborations at anamniote-synapsid and anamniote-diapsid transitions, ...
Olga F. Lazareva, Toru Shimizu, Edward A. Wasserman, 2012
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Hyman's Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
Below follow dissection instructions for your examination of typ cal anamniote and amniote embryos. a. Anamniote Embryo of the Dogfish Cut open the pregnant uterus of a dogfish and remove an embryo, or examine embryos provided.
Marvalee H. Wake, 1992
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The Central Nervous System of Vertebrates: With Posters
In several anamniote species (for references and details see Chaps. 12, 15 and 19), however, the ventral thalamus has been shown to receive retinal, tectal and cerebellar projections and to innervate the telencephalon. In teleosts, the afferent  ...
R. Nieuwenhuys, Hendrik Jan Donkelaar, Charles Nicholson, 1998
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Path of Man
Anamniote. Cold-blooded 3 425,000,000 First land plants Complex. Multicellular. Evolved from algae 85]: 350,000,000 First amphibians 1|v'ertebre. Four limbs. Anamniote. Cold-blooded E 320,000,000 First reptiles 1|v'ertebre. Four limbs.
Marc Houlihan
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Invasions of the Land: The Transitions of Organisms from ...
Members of the class Amphibia are usually partially aquatic and partially terrestrial and are characterized by anamniote eggs, most of which require an aqueous medium for maturation. Various species of extant salamanders and anurans have ...
Malcolm S. Gordon, Everett Claire Olson, 2013
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Evolution of the Vertebrate Auditory System
B: The phylogeny of the anamniote chordates discussed herein. The phylogeny shown here is closely allied with that for the vertebrates found in Manley and Clack (Chapter 1). C: Details of the ancestral invertebrates discussed in this chapter.
Geoffrey A. Manley, Arthur N. Popper, Richard R. Fay, 2004
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International Review Of Cytology: A Survey of Cell Biology
This hypothesis cannot be true as currently formulated, because, for instance, amphibian (anamniote) nucleoli do possess FCs (Handwerger et al., 2005; Mais and Sheer, 2001; Fig. 2), as, also, do plants (Shaw and Jordan, 1995). Also, FCs  ...
Kwang W. Jeon, 2011

2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ANAMNIOTE»

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They don't understand allometry!
But given a fish (an anamniote, or “lower” vertebrate) and a mammal (an amniote, or “higher”) of exactly the same body mass, the mammal will ... «ScienceBlogs, Jul 14»
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The troubling lack of Platyhystrix images online: the Tet Zoo Solution
This inspired noted anamniote worker Jason Pardo to say "then I probably ought not to suggest drawing a male Platyhystrix calling for females ... «Scientific American, Sep 13»

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