a urinary bladder in a sentence
1. They have a urinary bladder and nitrogenous waste products are excreted primarily as urea.
2. They have a urinary bladder and nitrogenous waste products are excreted primarily as urea.
3. Birds do not have a urinary bladder or external urethral opening and (with exception of the ostrich) uric acid is excreted along with faeces as a semisolid waste.
4. In some reptiles, a midventral wall in the cloaca may open into a urinary bladder, but not all.
5. All mammals have a urinary bladder.
6. In some reptiles, a midventral wall in the cloaca may open into a urinary bladder, but not all.
7. The loaches, pilchards, and herrings are among the few types of fish in which a urinary bladder is poorly developed.
8. He suffered bad health for many years and his death was as the result of a urinary bladder illness.
9. Birds, however, lack a urinary bladder and must compensate using these three organs.
10. Notable achievements announced at WFIRM have been the first lab-grown organ, a urinary bladder, the artificial urinary bladder to be implanted into a human, as well as stem cells harvested from the amniotic fluid of pregnant women.
11. Cystitis is a urinary bladder inflammation that results from any one of a number of distinct syndromes.
12. From these, ducts typically lead to a urinary bladder, which empties to the outside at a nephridiopore.
13. The utility model can be arranged in a urinary bladder with operative methods and can be permanently arranged once the terylene ring is sewn with the wall of the urinary bladder.
- nitrogenous waste products
- Most amphibians
- their eggs
- aquatic larvae
- a pump action
- the buccopharyngeal region
- the nostrils
- the lungs
- gas exchange
- the Ancient Greek a(n)- meaning
- shorter forelimbs
- no claws
- no tails
- large eyes
- glandular moist skin
- smooth skins
- warty skins
- a formal one
- numerous exceptions
- this rule
- the family Bufonidae
- the "true toads
- (Conraua goliath
- (0.30 in) Paedophryne amauensis
- the smallest known vertebrate
- water and damp habitats
- polar areas
- three suborders
- the scientific community
- some families
- Future molecular studies
- further insights
- their evolutionary relationships
- The suborder Archaeobatrachia
- four families
- primitive frogs
- few derived features
- other frog lineages
- The six families