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poison glands in a sentence

1. The skin contains many mucous glands and in some species, poison glands (a type of granular gland).

2. Some frogs and toads are toxic, the main poison glands being at the side of the neck and under the warts on the back.

3. The cane toad has poison glands, and the tadpoles are highly toxic to most animals if ingested.

4. When attacked by a predator, a salamander may position itself to make the main poison glands face the aggressor.

5. Their skin is very granular because of the number of poison glands.

6. This secretion comes from large poison glands around the back and neck.

7. One double row of poison glands runs down the center of the back.

8. One single row of poison glands runs along either side of the body onto the tail.

9. have hollow canines and poison glands, and are avoided by predatory fish.

10. They will sometimes kill toads (Bufo), bite into the toads' poison glands and smear the toxic mixture on their spines.

11. The common name is a reference to two inguinal poison glands that resemble eyes.

12. When the frog adopts this posture the poison glands are also raised toward the predator.

13. Like many salamanders, marbled salamanders have poison glands to deter predators.

14. Some species of the genus Acanthurus are even thought to possess poison glands on their caudal spines.

15. They have weakly developed and relatively inconspicuous poison glands scattered over the head and dorsum;

16. The common name refers to two inguinal poison glands that resemble eyes.

17. When the frog adopts this posture the poison glands are also raised toward the predator.

18. The common name "four-eyed frog" refers to two inguinal poison glands that resemble eyes.

19. When the frog adopts this posture the poison glands are also raised toward the predator.

20. The common name "four-eyed frog" refers to two inguinal poison glands that resemble eyes.

21. When the frog adopts this posture the poison glands are also raised toward the predator.

22. The common name "four-eyed frog" refers to two inguinal poison glands that resemble eyes.

23. When the frog adopts this posture, the poison glands are also raised toward the predator.

24. Myrmicarin 430A, a heptacyclic alkaloid, was isolated from the poison glands of African Myrmicaria.

25. The abdomen contains the stomachs, poison glands, ovaries in the queen, and the Dufour's gland, among other things.

26. having poison glands on their spines.

27. Poison glands are located at the base of this fin and on the spine on the gill cover.

28. some of these species have poison glands.

29. Scorpions possess poison glands located at the distal extremity of their abdomen.

30. Scorpions possess poison glands located at the distal extremity of their abdomen.