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1. As they evolved from lunged fish, amphibians had to make certain adaptations for living on land, including the need to develop new means of locomotion.
2. Caenogenesis represents “the blurring of ancestral resemblances in development,” which are said to be the result of certain adaptations to embryonic life due to environmental changes.
3. It is possible that the Hebrew seven-day week is based on the Babylonian tradition, although going through certain adaptations.
4. Having native habitats that vary from being epiphytic and saxicolous, species have certain adaptations, such as root systems designed to anchor to other plants or substrates, and modified trichomes for water and nutrient intake.
5. The following were either exclusively light machine guns, had a light machine gun variant or were employed in the light machine gun role with certain adaptations.
6. Halosaurs have developed certain adaptations to life at these extreme depths, where no light penetrates.
7. Road slugs are intended to serve as part of a regular locomotive consist for road haulage, and as a result have certain adaptations to suit them for this service.
8. They have certain adaptations to live within their salty environments.
9. Paleontologists noted how the general body shape resembled that of early reptiles such as captorhinids, and that certain adaptations of the limbs, hip, and skull were also similar to that of early reptiles, rather than any species of modern or extinct amphibians known at the time.
10. Ticinosuchus shares many similarities with paracrocodylomorphs, such as certain adaptations of the ischium and possibly (but not certainly) hyposphene-hypantrum articulations.
11. This frog has evolved certain adaptations to enable it to live in a semi-arid environment.
12. They have certain adaptations to live within their salty environments.
13. Already at an advanced age and battling against pain, fear, and ill health, he started and completed his masterpiece, the Prayer with the Harp of Spirit, four volumes translated from the ancient Syrian book Panqitho, with certain adaptations to Indian culture.
14. DeLuxe Color is Eastmancolor-based, with certain adaptations for improved compositing for printing (similar to Technicolor's "selective printing") and for mass-production of prints.
15. Under Section 8 of the Indian Independence Act, 1947, the Government of India Act 1935 - with certain adaptations - served as the working constitution of Pakistan;
16. Having native habitats that vary from being epiphytic and saxicolous, species have certain adaptations, such as root systems designed to anchor to other plants or substrates, and modified trichomes for water and nutrient intake.
17. It lacks certain adaptations of more advanced silesaurids, such as a straight medial edge of the femoral head.
18. Gracile capuchins lack certain adaptations for opening hard nuts which robust capuchins have.
19. For this they follow the Rule of St. Benedict with certain adaptations to make this possible.
20. These elephants have developed certain adaptations for desert life and tend to have relatively broader feet, longer legs and smaller bodies than other African bush elephants.
21. In these matters, the Assemblies Jehovah Shammah greatly resemble the Open Brethren, but with certain adaptations to Indian culture, such as seating the congregation on mats on the floor.
22. On the recommendation of Mr. Thomas Armstrong, C.B., formerly the Art Director of the Science and Art Department, who was much impressed with the artistic quality of Miss Moore’s work, this bust has been copied by Miss Levick, with certain adaptations taken from Sir Thomas Lawrence’s well-known portrait in the possession of the Royal Society, and has been reproduced in bronze.
23. Certain adaptations, like long limbs in ungulates, that were thought to be adaptive for speed against predatory behavior have been found to predate predatory animals by over 20 million years.
24. The plants on dry grasslands have evolved certain adaptations to allow them to survive in such environments.
25. It had certain adaptations intermediate between earlier felids, which were mostly arboreal or semi-arboreal, and later felids that lived mainly on the ground.
26. Boreopricea shared certain adaptations of the hands and feet with only tanystropheids, yet the shape of its scapula was closer to that of Prolacerta.
27. The female Calyptraeotheres garthi exhibits certain adaptations that are probably associated with its parasitic way of life.
- new means
- the sideways thrusts
- their tails
- quite different mechanisms
- Their vertebral columns
- limb girdles
- Terrestrial adults
- their lateral line systems
- their sensory systems
- new methods
- their body heat
- ambient temperature
- a terrestrial environment
- Their skins
- harmful ultraviolet rays
- excessive water loss
- The superclass Tetrapoda
- four classes
- vertebrate animals
- four limbs
- the eggs
- the female
- several membranes
- these membranes
- various strategies
- the vulnerable aquatic larval stage
- one or two frogs
- brackish water
- mangrove swamps
- salt water lakes
- moist habitats
- a simplified anatomy
- two evolutionary trends
- an unusually large genome
- a slower growth and development rate
- their size
- their rapid metamorphosis
- all other known lines
- a remodeling
- the feeding apparatus