10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MONORHINE»
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MONORHINE MOONBLIND MORTCLOTH NECKVERSE NONGROWTH
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Origins: A Short Etymological Dictionary of Modern English
... adj for 'having a (specified) kind or type of nose', as in monorhine or
monorhinal (cf mono-), and platyrhine, flat-nosed (platy-). rhin(o)-: Gr rhin(o)-, c/f
of rhis (gen rhinos), a nose or snout, lit 'the flow-er or (of liquid) runner'—ef Gr
rheo, I flow, ...
Early Creationist Journals
The tenth or Monorhine stage is perhaps represented by some small isolated
dental organs, the C.onodonlcs of the lower Silurian in Russia, hue at the same
epoch we already know some verttablc Placodermal Ganoid fish in the limestone
An Introduction to Biology for Everyone
In fact it's far easier to regard the lamprey as a specialised monorhine (meaning
one nostril) ostracoderm (bony skinned fish) that has secondarily lost its bone.
This has happened more than once. The sharks are descended from bony
William M. MacArthur, Mark N. Ludwigson, 2010
It is, however, very improbable (although not impossible) that the ancestors of
other vertebrate groups passed through a stage with the peculiar monorhine
condition seen here. The Heterostraci and coelolepids appear, in such features
as their ...
Amphioxus is a small two-inch-long semi-transparent animal found in shallow
marine waters. It is of particular interest to us as it is "monorhine." It, and the
cyclostomes share this feature, has only one nasal orifice. Animals which have
The Printing Art Suggestion Book
A fish of the order Cyelostomi; a iuarsipobranch ; a monorhine ; a lamprey or 1. A
gastropod of the family Cyclosto- CyclOStomi (si-klos'to-mi), n. pi. [NL., pi. of
yctostomus : see cyclostomous.] In Cuvier's em of classification, the second family
Chambers English-Hindi Dictionary
л. monorchism t^4> згё^тчат monorhine adj. Ç4> ^wt*, tr^rq^r ЯТЯТ; also
monorhinal monorhyme n. Ci 5^; also adj.; adj. monorhymed ЦЪ git
monosaccharide я. 4ta"twUT5 (5W>t) monosepalous adj. (bot.) grf» VTfPI*f)
monosodium glutamate ...
Sureśa Avasthī, Indujā Avasthī, 1981
Rapport du Comité consultatif: Report of the Advisory committee
103), and which must be referable to extinct Monorhine ancestors of similar
structure. 104 (i. 370). Human germs of four weeks (twenty-five to thirty days), on
the whole, exhibit in their whole structure that phylogenetic stage of evolution,
Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel, International Financial Conference, League of Nations, 1892
Natural Science: A Monthly Review of Scientific Progress
... indeed, is so narrow as to suggest some comparison with the ordinary
monorhine lampreys and hag-fishes. In front there is a pair of processes (15.),
which may be of the same nature as those named prepalatine by \V. K. Parker, or
may be ...