anatomical differences

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  • However, there are a few anatomical differences between the two species.
  • He read of the anatomical differences between men and women. Cited from The Soul of a Child, by Edwin Bjorkman
  • There are however anatomical differences between the two species.
  • Some anatomical differences are their legs, which are slightly shorter in the front than in the back.
  • Boys and girls do know, will know, and must know, that between them are important anatomical differences and interesting physiological relations. Cited from Searchlights on Health, by B. G. Jefferis and J. L. Nichols
  • There are important anatomical differences between the two. Cited from The Story of Evolution, by Joseph McCabe
  • Some speech problems result directly from anatomical differences such as velopharyngeal inadequacy.
  • Insect flight is considerably different, due to their small size, rigid wings, and other anatomical differences.
  • Some authors have suggested this species could be included within the genus Tupaia, although most have kept the genus separate based on anatomical differences.
  • It was removed from the genus because of anatomical differences with the family Ranidae.
  • In addition to anatomical differences, these two receptors also have distinctive functional differences.
  • It is in the physical far more than in the anatomical differences that the inviolable demarcation between two species exists. Cited from Fabre, Poet of Science, by G. V. (C. V.) Legros
  • This is partially due to the way they have been bred for adaptability but also due to their anatomical differences, which include having two hearts.
  • Browne argued that these anatomical differences were lacking and that such essential differences between human beings and animals did not exist.
  • But this conclusively accounts for only one of the many anatomical differences between man and his caudal progenitor. Cited from Life: Its True Genesis, by R. W. Wright
  • The name was intended to describe specific anatomical differences between members of the genus Choloepus and Bradypus.
  • It is perhaps to these anatomical differences that the diverse action of the same poison, in the case of races or species, may be attributed. Cited from Scientific American Sup. No. 303, by Various
  • However, they exhibit anatomical differences marking them off as a group distinct from their Carboniferous and Recent relatives.
  • The comparatively minor anatomical differences between humans and chimpanzees are a result of human bipedalism.
  • Using this method she was able to demonstrate anatomical differences between the brains of people with schizophrenia compared with the normal controls.
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