Definition of Amniota. Meaning of Amniota. Synonyms of Amniota

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Definition of Amniota

Amniota
Amniota Am`ni*o"ta, n. pl. [NL. See Amnion.] (Zo["o]l.) That group of vertebrates which develops in its embryonic life the envelope called the amnion. It comprises the reptiles, the birds, and the mammals.

Meaning of Amniota from wikipedia

- girdle (some amniotes have lost it) and an astragalus bone in the ankle. Amniota was first formally described by the embryologist Ernst Haeckel in 1866...
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- Gauthier, .A., Kluge, A.G & Rowe, T. (1988). The early evolution of the Amniota. Pages 103–155 in Michael J. Benton (ed.): The Phylogeny and Cl****ification...
- together with Sauropsida (reptiles and birds), constitutes the larger Amniota clade. The early synapsid mammalian ancestors were sphenacodont pelycosaurs...
- Jaekel, 1909 Subgroups Batrachomorpha various extinct clades Amphibia Reptiliomorpha various extinct clades Amniota (Crown group) Synapsida Sauropsida...
- reptiliomorphs ("reptile-like amphibians") close to the ancestry of the Amniota, though some paleontologists consider them basal synapsids. They include...
- metapodials. Below is a cladogram showing the placement of Romeriida within Amniota, modified from Hill, 2005: Cladogram after Müller & Reisz, 2006:    Polyphyletic...
- amphibian and primitive reptilian features, and its placement relative to Amniota has significant implications regarding the origins of the first amniotes...
- Gauthier, J.; A. G. Kluge; T. Rowe (1988). "The early evolution of the Amniota". In M. J. Benton (ed.). The phylogeny and cl****ification of the tetrapods...
- taxon encomp****ing the entire reptilian lineage or reptilian "stem" of Amniota (Synapsida was the mammalian stem). Under this phylogeny, the only group...
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