Definition of Craniates

1. Noun. (plural of craniate) ¹



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Definition of Craniates

1. craniate [n] - See also: craniate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Craniates

cranial nerves
cranial neuropore
cranial orbit
cranial orbits
cranial root of accessory nerve
cranial roots
cranial sinuses
cranial sutures
cranial synchondroses
cranial vault
cranial vertebra
cranialis
cranially
craniamphitomy
craniate
craniates (current term)
cranidium
cranidiums
craniectomies
craniectomy
craning
cranio-
cranio-aural
craniocardiac reflex
craniocaudal
craniocele
craniocerebral
cranioclasia

Literary usage of Craniates

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1. Vertebrate Zoölogy by Horatio Hackett Newman (1920)
"The lower craniates (cyclostomes and fishes) are all aquatic; the Amphibia constitute a transitional group, but are primarily aquatic, in that some of the ..."

2. General Zoölogy: Practical, Systematic and Comparative : Being a Revision by James Orton, Charles Wright Dodge (1903)
"Pisces Fishes fall far behind the rest of the typical craniates in strength, intelligence, and sensibility. The eyes, though large, are almost immovable, ..."

3. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences by New York Academy of Sciences (1915)
"Tin: MORPHOLOGY OF THE FLOOR OF THE THIRD VENTRICLE IN craniates. THE THEORY OF NERVE COMPONENTS. SUMMARY OF PAPERS Professor Schulte discussed the very ..."

4. A Text-book of Zoology by Thomas Jeffery Parker, William Aitcheson Haswell (1921)
"The student must, however, bear in mind that Archi-molluscs, Ideal craniates, and Pro-mammalia are mere figments of the imagination, and have no more real ..."

5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1890)
"... but suggests that the craniates' ancestor had a derail median nerve, which ha« increased in size and importance во a« to become the nerve-tub») of ..."

6. Vertebrate Zoölogy by Horatio Hackett Newman (1920)
"The lower craniates (cyclostomes and fishes) are all aquatic; the Amphibia constitute a transitional group, but are primarily aquatic, in that some of the ..."

7. General Zoölogy: Practical, Systematic and Comparative : Being a Revision by James Orton, Charles Wright Dodge (1903)
"Pisces Fishes fall far behind the rest of the typical craniates in strength, intelligence, and sensibility. The eyes, though large, are almost immovable, ..."

8. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences by New York Academy of Sciences (1915)
"Tin: MORPHOLOGY OF THE FLOOR OF THE THIRD VENTRICLE IN craniates. THE THEORY OF NERVE COMPONENTS. SUMMARY OF PAPERS Professor Schulte discussed the very ..."

9. A Text-book of Zoology by Thomas Jeffery Parker, William Aitcheson Haswell (1921)
"The student must, however, bear in mind that Archi-molluscs, Ideal craniates, and Pro-mammalia are mere figments of the imagination, and have no more real ..."

10. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1890)
"... but suggests that the craniates' ancestor had a derail median nerve, which ha« increased in size and importance во a« to become the nerve-tub») of ..."

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