• Definition for "gnathostomata"
    • several entomostracous crustaceans, containing the phyllopods, copepods, and…
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gnathostomata definition

  • others:
    • several entomostracous crustaceans, containing the phyllopods, copepods, and ostracodes, as a suborder of Entomostraca.
    • A tribe of true cope-pods, having a completely segmented body and masticatory mouth-parts, and being for the most part not parasitic. It contains the families Cyclopidæ, Calanidæ, and Notodelphyidæ.
    • several entomostracous crustaceans, containing the phyllopods, copepods, and ostracodes, as a suborder of Entomostraca.
    • A tribe of true cope-pods, having a completely segmented human body and masticatory mouth-parts, being typically not parasitic. It has the people Cyclopidæ, Calanidæ, and Notodelphyidæ.
    • a team of entomostracous crustaceans, containing the phyllopods, copepods, and ostracodes, as a suborder of Entomostraca.
    • A group of entomostracous crustaceans, containing the phyllopods, copepods, and ostracodes, as a suborder of Entomostraca.
    • A tribe of true cope-pods, having an entirely segmented human anatomy and masticatory mouth-parts, being typically not parasitic. It contains the households Cyclopidæ, Calanidæ, and Notodelphyidæ.
    • A tribe of true cope-pods, having a completely segmented body and masticatory mouth-parts, and being for the most part not parasitic. It contains the families Cyclopidæ, Calanidæ, and Notodelphyidæ.
    • a team of entomostracous crustaceans, containing the phyllopods, copepods, and ostracodes, as a suborder of Entomostraca.
    • A tribe of true cope-pods, having a completely segmented body and masticatory mouth-parts, and being for the most part not parasitic. It contains the families Cyclopidæ, Calanidæ, and Notodelphyidæ.
    • A group of entomostracous crustaceans, containing the phyllopods, copepods, and ostracodes, as a suborder of Entomostraca.
    • A tribe of real cope-pods, having a completely segmented human body and masticatory mouth-parts, and being for the most part maybe not parasitic. It contains the households Cyclopidæ, Calanidæ, and Notodelphyidæ.
    • a small grouping of entomostracous crustaceans, containing the phyllopods, copepods, and ostracodes, as a suborder of Entomostraca.
    • a team of entomostracous crustaceans, containing the phyllopods, copepods, and ostracodes, as a suborder of Entomostraca.
    • A tribe of real cope-pods, having an entirely segmented body and masticatory mouth-parts, being generally perhaps not parasitic. It has the households Cyclopidæ, Calanidæ, and Notodelphyidæ.
    • A tribe of true cope-pods, having a completely segmented human anatomy and masticatory mouth-parts, and being generally maybe not parasitic. It includes the people Cyclopidæ, Calanidæ, and Notodelphyidæ.
    • a team of entomostracous crustaceans, containing the phyllopods, copepods, and ostracodes, as a suborder of Entomostraca.
    • A group of entomostracous crustaceans, containing the phyllopods, copepods, and ostracodes, as a suborder of Entomostraca.
    • A tribe of true cope-pods, having a completely segmented body and masticatory mouth-parts, and being for the most part not parasitic. It contains the families Cyclopidæ, Calanidæ, and Notodelphyidæ.
    • A tribe of true cope-pods, having a completely segmented body and masticatory mouth-parts, and being for the most part not parasitic. It contains the families Cyclopidæ, Calanidæ, and Notodelphyidæ.
  • noun:
    • A tribe of irregular echinoids having a central peristome surrounded by a perignathic girdle, the ambulacra all similar, and the jaws present but sometimes rudimentary. It includes both living and extinct genera.
    • A name provided by Haeckel to a superclass of vertebrates containing the kinds with true jaws, (usually) two sets of limbs, and two fold nostrils. Just like Gnathostomi and synonomous with Amphirhina.
    • comprising all vertebrates with top and lower jaws
    • A tribe of unusual echinoids having a central peristome in the middle of a perignathic girdle, the ambulacra all similar, together with jaws present but often standard. It includes both living and extinct genera.
    • A name given by Haeckel to a superclass of vertebrates containing the forms with true jaws, (normally) two sets of limbs, and double nostrils. Just like Gnathostomi and synonomous with Amphirhina.
    • comprising all vertebrates with top and reduced jaws
    • A tribe of unusual echinoids having a central peristome enclosed by a perignathic girdle, the ambulacra all comparable, plus the jaws current but sometimes rudimentary. It includes both lifestyle and extinct genera.
    • A tribe of irregular echinoids having a central peristome enclosed by a perignathic girdle, the ambulacra all similar, plus the jaws present but often rudimentary. It provides both lifestyle and extinct genera.
    • A name provided by Haeckel to a superclass of vertebrates containing the types with true jaws, (generally) two pairs of limbs, and two fold nostrils. Just like Gnathostomi and synonomous with Amphirhina.
    • A name distributed by Haeckel to a superclass of vertebrates containing the forms with true jaws, (typically) two sets of limbs, and two fold nostrils. Just like Gnathostomi and synonomous with Amphirhina.
    • comprising all vertebrates with upper and reduced jaws
    • comprising all vertebrates with top and lower jaws
    • A tribe of irregular echinoids having a central peristome enclosed by a perignathic girdle, the ambulacra all comparable, plus the jaws current but sometimes rudimentary. It offers both living and extinct genera.
    • A name given by Haeckel to a superclass of vertebrates containing the kinds with true jaws, (generally) two pairs of limbs, and two fold nostrils. Just like Gnathostomi and synonomous with Amphirhina.
    • comprising all vertebrates with upper and reduced jaws
    • A tribe of irregular echinoids having a central peristome in the middle of a perignathic girdle, the ambulacra all similar, additionally the jaws current but often standard. It includes both living and extinct genera.
    • A tribe of unusual echinoids having a central peristome enclosed by a perignathic girdle, the ambulacra all similar, while the jaws present but sometimes standard. It offers both lifestyle and extinct genera.
    • A name written by Haeckel to a superclass of vertebrates containing the kinds with true jaws, (normally) two pairs of limbs, and dual nostrils. Identical to Gnathostomi and synonomous with Amphirhina.
    • comprising all vertebrates with top and reduced jaws
    • A name distributed by Haeckel to a superclass of vertebrates containing the types with true jaws, (generally) two pairs of limbs, and dual nostrils. Just like Gnathostomi and synonomous with Amphirhina.
    • comprising all vertebrates with top and lower jaws
    • A tribe of unusual echinoids having a central peristome enclosed by a perignathic girdle, the ambulacra all similar, in addition to jaws current but often standard. It offers both living and extinct genera.
    • A name given by Haeckel to a superclass of vertebrates containing the kinds with true jaws, (normally) two pairs of limbs, and two fold nostrils. Identical to Gnathostomi and synonomous with Amphirhina.
    • A tribe of unusual echinoids having a central peristome enclosed by a perignathic girdle, the ambulacra all similar, as well as the jaws present but occasionally rudimentary. It provides both living and extinct genera.
    • A tribe of irregular echinoids having a central peristome surrounded by a perignathic girdle, the ambulacra all similar, and also the jaws current but often rudimentary. It offers both lifestyle and extinct genera.
    • comprising all vertebrates with top and reduced jaws
    • A name distributed by Haeckel to a superclass of vertebrates containing the kinds with real jaws, (normally) two pairs of limbs, and dual nostrils. Identical to Gnathostomi and synonomous with Amphirhina.
    • A name distributed by Haeckel to a superclass of vertebrates containing the forms with true jaws, (normally) two pairs of limbs, and two fold nostrils. Identical to Gnathostomi and synonomous with Amphirhina.
    • comprising all vertebrates with upper and reduced jaws
    • comprising all vertebrates with upper and reduced jaws
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