The largest family in a sentence
1. A top-level (i.e., the largest) family is often called a phylum or stock.
2. Class I PTPs constitute the largest family.
3. The largest family of paralogous proteins contains 80 ABC transporters.
4. The largest family includes known and putative adhesins.
5. The largest family in the order is Geraniaceae with over 800 species.
6. The largest family known there, the family of Ktaish (قطيش).
7. They are the largest family of blennies with around 400 known species.
8. Sherman fathered the largest family: 15 children by two wives.
9. With 229 species, it is the largest family in New Caledonia.
10. It is the largest family representing the order Cyclophyllidea.
11. Lejeuneaceae is the largest family of liverworts.
12. the largest family in the village is "Sodawala Family".
13. Ranidae, true frogs, are the largest family of frogs.
14. It is by far the largest family in the order with around 200 species.
15. This is the largest family within the superfamily Truncatelloidea.
16. It is the largest family-owned hair salon business in the United States.
17. It is the largest family of webspinners.
18. Radio 2 describes itself as "the largest family in Flanders".
19. The largest family in Zrarieh is the Mroueh family.
20. It is the largest family owned business retail chain in India.
21. The Peltogastridae are by far the largest family of Rhizocephala.
22. The largest family is the Mantidae ("mantids").
23. They were, at one time, the largest family of AV companies in Japan.
24. for many years the largest family owned concern in the colony.
25. The Buckmans were the largest family group on the Welcome.
26. The largest family is Araneidae, consisting of some 90 species.
27. The KS3 family is the largest family in the KS system, with 14 subfamilies.
28. Calamopityaceae is the largest family in Pteriodspermatophyta.
29. The largest family is the Mantidae ("mantids").
30. Shepherd Neame Brewery is the largest family-owned brewery.
- the lungless salamanders
- all salamander species
- The family Salamandridae
- the true salamanders
- the name "newt
- its subfamily Pleurodelinae
- The third suborder
- the four species
- a single family
- eel-like aquatic salamanders
- much reduced forelimbs
- no hind limbs
- their features
- the cloacal glands
- male salamandrids
- the females
- sperm storage
- a behaviour
- external fertilisation
- ophis meaning
- long, cylindrical, limbless animals
- a snake- or worm-like form
- The adults
- Thomson's caecilian
- (Caecilia thompsoni
- A caecilian's skin
- transverse folds
- tiny embedded dermal scales
- rudimentary eyes
- discerning differences
- light intensity
- short tentacles
- tactile and olfactory functions
- Most caecilians
- damp soil
- rotten wood
- plant debris
- adjacent bodies
- the eggs hatch
- A few species