invertebrate

Invertebrate - What does it mean?

invertebrate | |

Nonchordate vs Invertebrate - What's the difference?

nonchordate | invertebrate |


As a noun invertebrate is

an animal without vertebrae, ie backbone.

As an adjective invertebrate is

lacking a backbone.

Invertebrate vs Invertebrae - What's the difference?

invertebrate | invertebrae |


As nouns the difference between invertebrate and invertebrae

is that invertebrate is an animal without vertebrae, ie backbone while invertebrae is invertebrate organisms.

As an adjective invertebrate

is lacking a backbone.

Taxonomy vs Invertebrate - What's the difference?

taxonomy | invertebrate |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and invertebrate

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while invertebrate is an animal without vertebrae, ie backbone.

As an adjective invertebrate is

lacking a backbone.

Arthropods vs Invertebrate - What's the difference?

arthropods | invertebrate |


As nouns the difference between arthropods and invertebrate

is that arthropods is while invertebrate is an animal without vertebrae, ie backbone.

As an adjective invertebrate is

lacking a backbone.

Invertebrate vs Uropoetic - What's the difference?

invertebrate | uropoetic |


As adjectives the difference between invertebrate and uropoetic

is that invertebrate is lacking a backbone while uropoetic is (medicine) producing or stimulating the production of urine.

As a noun invertebrate

is an animal without vertebrae, ie backbone.

Invertebrate vs Heterogangliate - What's the difference?

invertebrate | heterogangliate |


As adjectives the difference between invertebrate and heterogangliate

is that invertebrate is lacking a backbone while heterogangliate is having the ganglia of the nervous system arranged in an asymmetrical manner; said of certain invertebrate animals.

As a noun invertebrate

is an animal without vertebrae, ie backbone.

Invertebrate vs Invertebrated - What's the difference?

invertebrate | invertebrated |


As adjectives the difference between invertebrate and invertebrated

is that invertebrate is lacking a backbone while invertebrated is (archaic) invertebrate; without a backbone.

As a noun invertebrate

is an animal without vertebrae, ie backbone.

Invertebrate vs Retinula - What's the difference?

invertebrate | retinula |


As nouns the difference between invertebrate and retinula

is that invertebrate is an animal without vertebrae, ie backbone while retinula is (biology) one of the group of pigmented cells that surround the retinophorae of invertebrates.

As an adjective invertebrate

is lacking a backbone.

Invertebrate vs Astrophyton - What's the difference?

invertebrate | astrophyton |


As nouns the difference between invertebrate and astrophyton

is that invertebrate is an animal without vertebrae, ie backbone while astrophyton is the giant basket star, an early mesozoic invertebrate.

As an adjective invertebrate

is lacking a backbone.

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