Definition of Placental mammal

1. Noun. Mammals having a placenta; all mammals except monotremes and marsupials.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Placental Mammal

placental barrier
placental calcium-binding protein
placental chorioangioma
placental circulation
placental dysfunction
placental dysfunction syndrome
placental dysmature
placental dystocia
placental extracts
placental function tests
placental growth hormone
placental hormones
placental insufficiency
placental lactogen
placental lobes
placental mammal (current term)
placental membrane
placental parasitic twin
placental plasmodium
placental polyp
placental presentation
placental septa
placental site trophoblastic tumour
placental souffle
placental stage of labour
placental sulfatase deficiency
placental thrombosis
placental transfusion
placentalia

Literary usage of Placental mammal

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An Introduction to the Mammalian Dentition by Thomas Wingate Todd (1918)
"Not all the foregoing features are truly primitive but taken together they clearly distinguish the skull of a Marsupial from that of a placental Mammal. ..."

2. The Student's Manual of Geology by Joseph Beete Jukes (1872)
"... was a placental mammal, probably one of the non-ruminant ... and therefore of the same division as our hippopotami and swine ; .mother placental mammal, ..."

3. The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1896)
"In the non-placental mammal the fascia dentata (figs. ... In the placental mammal as the corpus callosum extends, it pushes the repre- ..."

4. Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1881)
"... a placental mammal ; of a placental ungulate or clawed mammal ; of the quadrumana ; and finally of the human species (Herbert Spencer, I. 1 4 2). ..."

5. Vertebrate Zoölogy by Horatio Hackett Newman (1920)
"The egg of the placental mammal is extremely small and essentially yolkless, yet many changes take place that seem to occur with reference to a large yolk ..."

6. An Introduction to the Mammalian Dentition by Thomas Wingate Todd (1918)
"Not all the foregoing features are truly primitive but taken together they clearly distinguish the skull of a Marsupial from that of a placental Mammal. ..."

7. The Student's Manual of Geology by Joseph Beete Jukes (1872)
"... was a placental mammal, probably one of the non-ruminant ... and therefore of the same division as our hippopotami and swine ; .mother placental mammal, ..."

8. The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1896)
"In the non-placental mammal the fascia dentata (figs. ... In the placental mammal as the corpus callosum extends, it pushes the repre- ..."

9. Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1881)
"... a placental mammal ; of a placental ungulate or clawed mammal ; of the quadrumana ; and finally of the human species (Herbert Spencer, I. 1 4 2). ..."

10. Vertebrate Zoölogy by Horatio Hackett Newman (1920)
"The egg of the placental mammal is extremely small and essentially yolkless, yet many changes take place that seem to occur with reference to a large yolk ..."

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