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  Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Chordata
Chordata (kingdom Animalia) A large phylum comprising the animals that possess a rod of flexible tissue (notochord), which is protected in higher forms by a vertebral column.
Mammalia (phylum Chordata, superclass Gnathostomata) A class of homoiothermic animals in which the head is supported by a flexible neck, typically with seven vertebrae, articulating through two occipital condyles, the side wall of the skull is formed by the alisphenoid bone, the lower jaw is...
Light-Sensitive Voltage Responses in the Neurons of the Cerebral Ganglion of Ciona savignyi (Chordata: Ascidiacea).
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 Chordata
The Phylum Chordata includes the well-known vertebrates (fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals).
These fossils are highly significant because they imply the contemporary existence of the tunicates and craniates in the Early Cambrian during the so-called Cambrian Explosion of animal life.
In the Tree of Life project, conodonts are placed as a subgroup of vertebrates.
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 The Sea-squirts, Vertebrates and their allies (Phylum Chordata)
The phylum Chordata is a strange phylum in that it contains three subphyla, two of which contain invertebrates while the third contains all the animals we are most familiar with, the vertebrates.
The Chordata is a fairly large and successful phylum with over 50,000 species ranging in size from a about 4 millimetres (less than 0.25 inches)to over 33.50 m or 110ft in length.
There are four main differences between members of the phylum Chordata and all the other phyla of the animal kingdom.
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 Nearctica - Natural History - Chordata
The phylum Hemichordata is a particularly interesting group of animals that apparently represent an intermediate group between the Echinodermata and the Chordata.
This marine phylum contains three major groups; the acorn worms, the pterobranchs, and a major extinct group of animals called graptolites.
The hindged jaw was apparently a very important advance in vertebrate evolution and the placoderms are believed to have given rise to the rest of the vertebrates.
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 The Phylum Chordata History
The Phylum Chordata is comprised of the introverted, history loving, biology enthusiast, computer-nerd, and techno-instrumentalist, David.
The Phylum Chordata’s first release, Solution 10, had a great run on numerous college radio stations, DJ pools, and at various clubs.
That was a fun year; however, David wanted to be able to eat so he went back to college, earned his teaching credential, and became a teacher.
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 Chordata - OneLook Dictionary Search
Chordata : Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition [home, info]
Chordata : Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary [home, info]
Chordata : US Envirionmental Protection Agency Terminology Reference System [home, info]
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 CD Baby: THE PHYLUM CHORDATA: A Sequential Proportion of Line and Mass Intended Mostly for My Muse...
The Phylum Chordata is the missing link between inorganic silicone-based auditory events and arranged sequences of harmonious pitches and tones that elicit both voluntary and involuntary aesthetically primordial responses from carbon-based life forms.
The evolution of this primordial soup of time variant frequencies has advanced, matured, and grown into a fully gestated artistic and articulate composition of emotionally perceptive, sequentially proportioned line and mass of cycles and rates of numerous diversified sound wave vibrations...
The Phylum Chordata is comprised of the introverted, history loving, biology enthusiast, computer-nerd, and techno-instrumentalist, David Sepe.
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 Amazon.com: Chordata: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The phylum Chordata biology of vertebrates and their Kin a revision of Vertebrate zoology.
Diversity: Phylum Chordata: Separate from Biology in the Laboratory 3e by Doris R Helms, Carl W. Helms, Robert J. Kosinski, and John C. Cummings (Paperback - Dec 15, 1997)
Kingdom Animalia: Phyla Hemichordata and Chordata: Separate from Laboratory Outlines in Biology VI (Kingdom Animalia) by Peter Abramoff and Robert G. Thomson (Paperback - Jan 1, 1995)
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 The Phylum Chordata Home Page
The Phylum Chordata Sensory Stimulation Enhancement Chamber was updated on February 1
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The Phylum Chordata is the missing link between inorganic silicone-based auditory events and arranged sequences of harmonious pitches and tones that elicit
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 Amazon.com: Chordata   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Phylum Chordata (Biology of Vertebrates and Their Kin) by H.H. Newman (Hardcover - 1954)
The Phylum Chordata: Biology of Vertebrates and Their Kin by H. Newman (Hardcover - 1940)
The Phylum Chordata; Biology of Vertebrates and Their Kin by horatio newman (Hardcover - 1939)
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 Palaeos Vertebrates 10.100  Chordata: Chordata
Note: many of these characters may not be present during some phase of the life cycle.
Links: Phylum Chordata; Introduction to the Chordata; Phylum Chordata Overview; Chordata; Chordata.
2001; Chordata; biodidac; General Zoology - Phylum Chordata; Phylum Chordata; M17.htm; Chordate-classes; Encyclopedia.com: Chordata.
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 Synonym for Chordata - Thesaurus - MSN Encarta
Synonym for Chordata - Thesaurus - MSN Encarta
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 Chordata - EvoWiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Chordata is the containing clade of vertebrates and one of the traditional phyla of animals.
Almost all chordates have bilaterally symmetric bodies that are longitudinally differentiated into head, trunk and tail.
This page was last modified 23:45, 21 January 2007.
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 Chordata - ENCYCLOPEDIA - The History Channel UK
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 PHYLUM CHORDATA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The phylum Chordata is a very large group of animals which include the Subphylum Vertebrata (humans, dogs, cows, whales, ect.), Subphylum Cephalochordata (lancelets) and Subphylum Urochordata (sea squirts, tunicates and salps).
The latter is the only subphylum that will be discussed here.
Two, the egg and sperm are fertilized internally using the atrium to brood the developing larvae.
www.nwmarinelife.com /html/chordata.html   (238 words)

  
 Phylum Chordata
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From MEER (Marine and Environmental Education and Research, Inc.) an excellent description of Chordata with a list of subphylums, classes and families.
Another brief but thorough explanation of the characteristics of a chordata.
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 Systematik der Organismen: 24. Stamm - Chordata (Chordatiere)
Das typische Charakteristikum der Chordatiere ist ein Achsenskelett, das sich aus einem zelligen Stab, der sogenannten Chorda dorsalis, entwickelt hat.
Der Stamm der Chordata wird als erstes in die drei Unterstämme der Urochordata, der Acrania und der Vertebrata (Wirbeltiere) eingeteilt.
Die Chordata werden in die drei Unterstämme der Urochordata mit drei Klassen, der Acrania und der Vertebrata mit zwei Überklassen eingeteielt.
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 CHORDATA
The phylum Chordata has three Subphyla, the Urochordata, the Cephalochordata and the the Vertebrata.
Post-anal tail in some stage of life cycle, usually used in swimming
The water passes through the oral spines which stop larger particles and debris, then into the mouth and pharynx, and across the gills.
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 Definition of chordata - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
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 Chordata
Bird and bat wings Phylum : Chordata Class : Mammalia
Frog skeleton Phylum : Chordata Class : Amphibia
Sea squirt Phylum : Chordata Class : Urochordata
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 CADwire.net - Directory > Science > Biology > Flora and Fauna > Animalia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
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Chordata - Overview of the taxonomy of Phylum Chordata, which includes the well-known vertebrates (fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals), hagfishes, tunicates, and lancelets.
Phylum Chordata - Brief introduction to the chordates, defined as organisms that possess a structure called a notochord, at least during some part of their development.
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 Factmonster Search: chordata   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Chordata Chordata, phylum of animals having a notochord, or dorsal stiffening rod, as the chief...
Classification Swine are classified in the phylum Chordata, subphylum Vertebrata, class Mammalia,...
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