bony

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  • Three distinct Ig heavy chains have so far been identified in bony fish.
  • Also, the bony ornamentation of its skull is better developed than its close relatives.
  • The bony woman states that she has been looking for the larger woman for quite a while and scolds her for wandering off.
  • His head is a sheep skull and he has a bony tail.
  • It crushed its food with bony plates found in the back of its throat.
  • It had a deep chest, a long bony body and a deep melodious voice.
  • These fish are noted for the bony plates covering their bodies and their suckermouths.
  • Puffiness around the bony parts of the knee appear prominent when compared with the other knee.
  • The tail is long and ends in a bony club.
  • These will sometimes contain hair, sebaceous material and in some cases cartilagous or bony structures.
  • The dermis is made up of many components, such as bony structures and blood vessels.
  • One of the things that made them different from salamanders was that their skin was covered with bony scales.
  • Its most notable feature is the lack of a bony carapace.
  • These conditions nearly all present with an insidious onset of pain referred to the location of the bony damage.
  • It can easily be differentiated from other modern sea turtles by its lack of a bony shell.
  • Instead, it was a solid bony structure similar to that of the first tetrapods.
  • However, the next three vertebrae were completely fused together at many different points, forming a solid bony mass.
  • Likewise, bony fish can release the ammonia into the water where it is quickly diluted.
  • In bony fish, the intestine is relatively short, typically around one and a half times the length of the fish's body.
  • They also have a unique palate with seven to nine bony plates.
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Meaning of bony

  • adjective Having bones especially many or prominent bones
    a bony shad fillet, her bony wrist, bony fish