Definition of Chaetognath. Meaning of Chaetognath. Synonyms of Chaetognath

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Definition of Chaetognath

Chaetognath
Chaetognath Ch[ae]"tog*nath, a. (Zo["o]l.) Of or pertaining to the Ch[ae]tognatha.

Meaning of Chaetognath from wikipedia

- waters and shallow tide pools to the deep sea and polar regions. Most chaetognaths are transparent and are torpedo shaped, but some deep-sea species are...
- Laurent; Dossat, Carole; Wincker, Patrick; Weissenbach, Jean (2006-08-01). "Chaetognath phylogenomics: a protostome with deuterostome-like development". Current...
- Cephalopoda; Amphipoda Macroplankton 2→20 cm metazoans; e.g. Pteropods; Chaetognaths; Euphausiacea (krill); Medusae; ctenop****s; salps, doliolids and pyrosomes...
- Rotifers are among the most diverse and abundant freshwater animals and chaetognaths are among the most abundant marine plankton. The most distinctive characteristic...
- mitochondrial genome of Paraspadella gotoi is highly reduced and reveals that chaetognaths are a sister group to protostomes". Proceedings of the National Academy...
- predation, or as both a defensive and predatory venom (e.g., in octopuses, chaetognaths, and ribbon worms). Even though the toxin acts as a defense mechanism...
- buccal spines in the fossils, and therefore categorized Amiskwia as a chaetognath worm (arrow worm). However, Amiskwia appears to lack the characteristic...
- Paraspadella is a genus of chaetognaths in the family Spadellidae. Paraspadella was originally considered as Spadella before a revision separated that...
- represent a stem group to the phylum that includes chaetognath worms; this conclusion suggests that chaetognaths are not close relatives of true conodonts. Moreover...
- Studies Of The Energetic Metabolism And Osmotrophy In Sagitta Friderici (Chaetognath)". Journal of the Marine Biological ****ociation of the United Kingdom...
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