Definición de metatherian en inglés:

metatherian

Saltos de línea: meta|ther¦ian
Pronunciación: /ˌmɛtəˈθɪərɪən
 
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Zoology

sustantivo

A mammal of the group Metatheria; a marsupial.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This order of metatherians contains two species, the marsupial moles (Notoryctes caurinus and Notoryctes typhlops; the status of N. caurinus has been questioned).
  • The record of Mesozoic metatherians remains negligible or non-existent for southern landmasses, though the Tertiary record has greatly improved.
  • Recently this pattern of dental development has been hypothesized to be a synapomorphy of metatherians, and has been used to diagnose taxa in the fossil record.

adjetivo

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Relating to or denoting metatherians.
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  • We discuss possible explanations for reduced female recombination in marsupials as a consequence of the metatherian characteristic of determinate paternal X chromosome inactivation.
  • In contrast, metatherian fossils from the Late Cretaceous are exclusively from Eurasia and North America (which formed the supercontinent Laurasia).
  • Traditionally, research has been directed at the in-depth comparisons of genome structure between metatherian and eutherian gene maps to better understand genome evolution.

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