Definition of Edentate. Meaning of Edentate. Synonyms of Edentate

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Definition of Edentate

Edentate
Edentate E*den"tate, a. 1. Destitute of teeth; as, an edentate quadruped; an edentate leaf. 2. (Zo["o]l.) Belonging to the Edentata.
Edentate
Edentate E*den"tate, n. (Zo["o]l.) One of the Edentata.

Meaning of Edentate from wikipedia

- Xenarthra (/zɛˈnɑːrθrə/; from Ancient Gr**** ξένος, xénos, "foreign, alien" + ἄρθρον, árthron, "joint") is a major clade of placental mammals native to...
- Lim, Norman T.-L.; Helgen, Lauren E. (2008). "The hog-badger is not an edentate: systematics and evolution of the genus Arctonyx (Mammalia: Mustelidae)"...
- discovered in early 1887 and the same year at first described as that of an edentate mammal which he named Phorusrhacos longissimus. The generic name is derived...
- Earliest true primates,[who?] along with the first semelid bivalves, edentate, carnivoran and lipotyphlan mammals, and owls. The ancestors of the carnivorous...
- Shufeldt, some of the bones of Minerva were interpreted as belonging to an edentate mammal by Alexander Wetmore in 1933, who ****igned the remaining bones to...
- Lim, Norman T.-L.; Helgen, Lauren E. (2008). "The hog-badger is not an edentate: systematics and evolution of the genus Arctonyx (Mammalia: Mustelidae)"...
- Noble Books. pp. 124. ISBN 0-7607-0154-7. Kellner, A.W.A. (1989). "A new Edentate Pterosaur of the lower Cretaceous from the Araripe Basin, Northeast Brazil"...
- the super order Xenarthra, which includes the Cingulata. Xenarthra are edentate or toothless. They lack incisors and have a large reduction in number of...
- examples of polyphyletic groups are algae, C4 photosynthetic plants, and edentates. Many taxonomists aim to avoid homoplasies in grouping taxa together,...
- M.; Lim, Norman T.-L.; Helgen, L.E. (2008). "The hog-badger is not an edentate: systematics and evolution of the genus Arctonyx (Mammalia: Mustelidae)"...