anatomical traits

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  • Most of them code for something other than female anatomical traits.
  • The degree of differences between male and female anatomical traits is called sexual dimorphism.
  • The bony fish lineage shows more derived anatomical traits, often with major evolutionary changes from the features of ancient fish.
  • They were extremely mammal-like, highly specialized cynodonts, although they still retained a very few reptilian anatomical traits.
  • These anatomical traits, which are important for filtering blood, could be adaptations to deep diving.
  • In other cases, Inuit are named after dead people or people in traditional tales, by naming them after anatomical traits those people are believed to have had.
  • They exist both as artificially created devices, and as anatomical traits of some animals such as octopuses and squid.
  • The traditional Linnaean way of defining taxa is through the use of anatomical traits.
  • This family exhibits a great diversity in shell morphology but extremely homogeneous anatomical traits.
  • Only one of the Y chromosome genes, the SRY gene, is responsible for male anatomical traits.
  • The desert horse needed the ability to thrive on very little food, and to have anatomical traits to compensate for life in a dry climate with wide temperature extremes from day to night.
  • More recent claims regarding continuity in skeletal morphology in Europe focus on fossils with both Neanderthal and modern anatomical traits, to provide evidence of interbreeding rather than replacement.
  • The validity of an animal model of schizophrenia can be measured using several behavioural, cellular and anatomical traits (the phenotype of the model).
  • Sex reassignment surgery from female to male includes a variety of surgical procedures for transsexual men that alter female anatomical traits to provide physical traits more appropriate to the trans man's male identity and functioning.
  • The studying of anatomical traits in coelurosaurs indicates that the last common ancestor had evolved the ability to eat and digest plant matter, adapting to an omnivorous diet, an ability that could be a major contributor to the clade's success.
  • Prosimii is one of the two traditional primate suborders and is based on evolutionary grades (groups united by anatomical traits) rather than phylogenetic clades, while the Strepsirrhini-Haplorrhini taxonomy was based on evolutionary relationships.
  • The monophyly of dinosaurs was explicitly proposed in the 1970s by Galton and Robert T. Bakker, who compiled a list of cranial and postcranial synapomorphies (common anatomical traits derived from the common ancestor).