placental mammal


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to placental mammal: marsupial, Carnivora
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for placental mammal

References in periodicals archive ?
The first placental mammal might not have looked very human-like, but studies such as this do have important implications for us.
Placental mammals are the largest of the mammal groups and nourish offspring through the placenta.
One leading analysis based on genomic data alone predicted that a number of placental mammal lineages existed in th
Both placental mammals and marsupials give birth to live young, but marsupial babies are born much earlier in their development than placental mammals.
Washington, February 8 ( ANI ): Scientists have been able to predict the appearance of the most recent common ancestor of all placental mammals - a small furry long-tailed insect-eating creature.
It was the type of tooth that distinguishes modern marsupials and placental mammals from other mammals.
The molar bears a number of characteristics that led Archer and his colleagues to identify it as belonging to a placental mammal.
The second volume focuses on the Laurasiatheria, placental mammals that originated on the northern supercontinent of Laurasia.
html) eutherian mammals or placental mammals, would also have been the ancestors of most mammals in the world, including those that are starkly different from us, like baleen whales, and our closest friends, dogs and cats.
Cutting-edge quantitative methods for studying evolution, Including novel techniques developed here, Will be applied to the family tree to date the origin of placental mammals and the major modern groups, Determine what effect the end-cretaceous extinction had on mammalian biodiversity, Quantify the tempo and mode of the placental radiation, And explicitly test for potential drivers of mammalian diversification.
Placental mammals all develop inside a uterus, drawing blood from their mothers.
A unique feature of placental mammals, extra-embryonic tissues such as the placenta and yolk sac are vital for nutrient and waste exchange between the fetus and mother.
What's more, energy-draining organs such as the brain, liver and kidneys are relatively smaller in pandas than in other placental mammals.
As the eggshell was lost and live birth evolved in the common ancestor to marsupials and placental mammals, more than 1,000 genes were turned on, many of which were strongly linked to the establishment of maternal-fetal communication.
are placental mammals belonging to the family Leporidae, included in the order Lagomorphs.