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resulta que la generacion es la constitucion de un phylum y a la vez la constitucion de caracteres fileticos en la esencia constitutiva del engendrado.
Since echinoderms share deuterstome ancestry with the Phylum Chordata, it is of particular interest to examine the recently decoded genome of the sea urchin (Sea Urchin Genome Sequencing Consortium 2006).
Animals soon had to fit into certain categories: Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species.
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Frequency Number (stomachs) %F (counts) Phylum Cnidaria Class Hydrozoa Family Sertulariidae Sertularia sp.
Phylum 1 Euryarchaeota [Methanogenic (Methane-Producing) and Halophilic (Salt-Loving) Bacteria]
Asterisks indicate only one class identified in that phylum and dashes indicate that no species were found.
The pikachu is one species of Pokemon, of the electric phylum, for example.
Members of the Phylum Porifera, the sponges, are the simplest animals.
In early Cambrian times, innovations at the phylum level survived because they faced little competition.
Linnaeus's broadest division was that of class, but Cuvier grouped various classes into phyla (singular phylum, from a Greek word for "tribe").
They belong to the phylum of echinoderms, which also includes starfish, sea urchins and other related classes of marine organisms.