Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to eutherian: metatherian
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for eutherian

References in periodicals archive ?
Nucleotide and protein sequences of [beta]-globin gene in nine eutherian (taxonomic classification given in Table 1a), Homo sapiens (GenBank Accession No.
This leaves open the question whether the eutherian XY evolved 310 million years ago, shortly after the common ancestor of mammals and birds/reptiles, or less than 166 million years ago, at the time of the common ancestor of monotremes and eutherians (Figure 5).
Eutherian mammals like mice and humans protect their progeny for lengthy periods in an inner womb prior to giving birth.
In female Eutherian (placental) mammals, one copy of the X chromosome in every cell is inactivated, due to the activity of the Xist gene.
Adaptive evolution of the uncoupling protein 1 gene contributed to the acquisition of novel nonshivering thermogenesis in ancestral eutherian mammals.
The BMR of eutherian mammals is accurately predicted by the Klieber equation, based on body mass, (26) and humans fit this predictive value well, indicating no increase in basal metabolism.
Hyperthermia is also recognized as being teratogenic in eutherian mammals, (21) the result of thermally induced apoptosis of cells during organogenesis.
Significance of the need for sperm capacitation before fertilization in Eutherian mammals.