eutherian

NOUN
  1. mammals having a placenta; all mammals except monotremes and marsupials
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to or belonging to the subclass Eutheria
    eutherian mammals
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How To Use eutherian In A Sentence

  • The vail also was upon them, that they had not eleutherian, freedom and liberty in their access to God, 2 Cor.iii. 15, 16, etc. Of Communion with God the Father, Son and Holy Ghost
  • Traditionally, research has been directed at the in-depth comparisons of genome structure between metatherian and eutherian gene maps to better understand genome evolution.
  • Langer P (2008) The phases of maternal investment in eutherian mammals. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Gaillard J-M, Pontier D, Allaine D, Loison A, Herve J-C, et al. (1997) Variation in growth form and precocity at birth in eutherian mammals. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • If the system is fully saturated, then all eutherian orders will show about the same level of difference from each other.
  • Recently evidence was presented that the same mechanisms may explain the conservation of neck vertebrae number in eutherian mammals as well as the conservation of the phylotypic stage in vertebrate evolution.
  • Now there was a practice familiar to those times; that when a congiary or any other popular liberality was announced, multitudes were enfranchised by avaricious masters in order to make them capable of the bounty, (as citizens,) and yet under the condition of transferring to their emancipators whatsoever they should receive; _ina ton dæmosios d domenon siton lambanontes chata mæna -- pherosi tois dedochasi tæn eleutherian_ says Dionysius of Halicarnassus, in order that after receiving the corn given publicly in every month, they might carry it to those who had bestowed upon them their freedom. The Caesars
  • Tooth replacement in marsupial mammals differs from the condition generally believed to characterize eutherian mammals.
  • Now there was a practice familiar to those times; that when a congiary or any other popular liberality was announced, multitudes were enfranchised by avaricious masters in order to make them capable of the bounty, (as citizens,) and yet under the condition of transferring to their emancipators whatsoever they should receive; _ina ton dæmosios d domenon siton lambanontes chata mæna -- pherosi tois dedochasi tæn eleutherian_ says Dionysius of Halicarnassus, in order that after receiving the corn given publicly in every month, they might carry it to those who had bestowed upon them their freedom. The Caesars
  • * Ten eleutherian zreskeias ouk arnetean einai: [5445] 1 The Sermons of John Owen
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