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Correspondingly, this critique implies a particular counter-factual history: This popular account raises two issues. The first is why German science more generally, and the DCOS Scheme in particular, figure so little in the historiography of post-war British defence science and technology.

On the other hand, a relatively small proportion of British development projects finally proceeded to production. Between and , the British aircraft industry undertook manned projects that were overtly intended for manufacture, of which just 10 aircraft types were eventually produced in quantities of or more.

Consequently, as Edgerton points out, these factors conspired to create a situation where:. Correspondingly, the marginalization of German scientists in the historiography of British post-war aeronautics has occurred because many of the DCOS recruits were employed on development lines that ultimately failed to proceed to production for reasons that had little to do with the quality or activities of the German specialists themselves. This implies the need for more research into the role German scientists played across the range of post-war weapon-related development, if only to augment the history of why Britain undertook the projects it did and further our understanding of how and why those projects ultimately performed the way they did.

For example, throughout the lates, Britain encountered chronic shortages in qualified scientists and engineers QSEs in precisely those fields where German expertise seemed to have the most to offer. The QSE shortfalls were most acute in the aeronautical and guided weapons sectors with the implication that:.

Certain vital Radar equipment, Guided Weapons and AA [anti-aircraft] equipments are among the most seriously affected. Lack of suitable staff in the aeronautical field will affect the efficiency of new aircraft and will lead to delays in reaching higher speeds. More might also have been achieved had Britain followed the US armed services in preserving wartime teams or encouraging greater contact between German experts and aircraft manufacturers.

In the British case, the majority of the DCOS recruits had left by , many complaining of enforced isolation. Correspondingly, however, there is evidence that the popular orthodoxy underrates the performance of British policies in three respects. First, the application of hindsight has tended to downplay the constraints on German recruitment that arose from the social and political milieu in which British policy was formulated.

In this light, British policy can be interpreted as a logical response to the prevailing social and political conditions of the time. Second, it is a gross oversimplification to say, as the orthodoxy implies, that Britain was somehow denied access by the Americans to the elite scientists it required.

Between December and July , under the inter-governmental agreements implemented by the Combined Chiefs of Staff in Washington, the UK and the US exchanged 35 lists of German scientists required for defence work. Consequently, when manpower requirements are subjected to closer scrutiny they reveal that Britain either employed or screened all but 21 of the German scientists and technicians listed as required by the defence research establishments.

In cases where Britain and the USA required the same individual, the records show that allocations were made i n accordance with the equity principle agreed by the Combined Chiefs of Staff, so Britain does not appear to have been disadvantaged where competing claims for particular German experts emerged. In addition to long-term exploitation of German experts through the DCOS Scheme, British policy included two other equally important objectives: British policies also need to be evaluated in terms of the security benefits provided through post-war Anglo-US cooperation on information from German scientists.

For example, Britain gave information derived in the early s on German wartime advances on radar absorbent material to the USA that proved to be an important precursor to the development of Stealth technology.

Consequently, collaboration on the German science question, coupled with broader scientific, technical and intelligence information exchange, seems to have assisted British Cold War security interests by enhancing transatlantic defence and intelligence links.

The lesson of the research facilities discovered in Germany at the end of the war and their indications of the patterns of future technical development, far in advance of our own conception at the time, went largely unheeded by government and industry alike.

Moreover, it points to the need for more research into the impact of British policies towards German scientists, above and beyond the cohort recruited for work in the UK, on wider Cold War national security interests. An Appraisement and Strategy for Success London: See, for example, Leslie E. John Wiley p. Scarborough House pp. Derek Wood, Project Cancelled: Tri-Service Press , p. The Supply of Military Aircraft, Cmd.

Tom Bower, The Paperclip Conspiracy: Michael Joseph p. Notable exceptions are the excellent coverage of scientific intelligence in Julian Lewis, Changing Direction London: Sherwood Press , and also in R. Jones, Reflection on Intelligence London: European University Institute Harwood , p.

Wood, Project Cancelled note 4 p. Bower, The Paperclip Conspiracy note 6 p. Preface to Matthias Judt and Burghard Ciesla eds. Bower note 6 p. Brown, Miles Aircraft since London: Cold War Hot Science: Nahum note 54 p. Barnett, MoS Est 5c, to W.

Polley, HM Treasury, 24 Aug. Stafford Cripps to Winston Churchill, 13 June Fedden note 1 p. Bower note 6 pp. Wood note 4 p. Edgerton note 87 p. Ciesla note 9 p. The most extensive development of this thesis is contained in Bower note 6. For a discussion of the operation, see Richard J. Aldrich, The Hidden Hand: John Murray Ch. See Alex Danchev, On Specialness: Essays in Anglo-American Relations Basingstoke: Recent research suggests that Anglo-American scientific intelligence collaboration was extensive during the occupation of Germany in areas other than the exchange of the results of work done by Germans in the UK and the US.

After , Allied acquisition of intelligence on Nazi Germany's wartime aeronautical innovations became one of the most important immediate post-war aims. From July to July , Operation 'Surgeon' became the focus of British efforts to exploit Nazi aeronautical advances. This article analyzes the conduct and results of Operation 'Surgeon'. The limited literature on this topic has fuelled a popular orthodoxy which holds that the UK intelligence effort and policies to recruit German defence scientists were classic examples of the 'British disease', or a more general inability to exploit a technological opportunity that was harnessed so effectively by the other victorious Allies.

Drawing on the experience of Operation 'Surgeon', the article challenges this orthodoxy that has dominated the historiography of Britain's intellectual reparations from the Third Reich.

As Judt and Ciesla point out: The Allied missions that entered Germany concluded that the extensive work had been conducted on the swept wing in the transonic regime appeared to suggest that the straightwing approach adopted for the M52 was a mistake, and: Attempts to work out the relationships of the chordates have produced several hypotheses.

All of the earliest chordate fossils have found in the Early Cambrian Chengjiang fauna. Because the fossil record of early chordates is poor, only molecular phylogenetics offers a prospect of dating their emergence.

However, the use of molecular phylogenetics for dating evolutionary transitions is controversial and it has also proved difficult to produce a detailed classification within the living chordates. Attempts to produce family trees shows that many of the traditional classes are paraphyletic. While this has been known since the 19th century, an insistence on only monophyletic taxa has resulted in vertebrate classification being in a state of flux.

Although the name Chordata is attributed to William Bateson, it was already in prevalent use by , ernst Haeckel described a taxon comprising tunicates, cephalochordates, and vertebrates in Though he used the German vernacular form, it is allowed under the ICZN code because of its subsequent latinization, among the vertebrate sub-group of chordates the notochord develops into the spine, and in wholly aquatic species this helps the animal to swim by flexing its tail.

In fish and other vertebrates, this develops into the spinal cord, the pharynx is the part of the throat immediately behind the mouth. In fish, the slits are modified to form gills, a muscular tail that extends backwards behind the anus.

This is a groove in the wall of the pharynx. In filter-feeding species it produces mucus to gather food particles, which helps in transporting food to the esophagus and it also stores iodine, and may be a precursor of the vertebrate thyroid gland. The first tetrapods appeared by the late Devonian,, the first tetrapods were primarily aquatic.

Their descendants drove most amphibians to extinction as they began to dominate, the amniotes include the tetrapods that further evolved for flight—such as birds from among the dinosaurs, and bats from among the mammals.

The change from a plan for breathing and navigating in water to a body plan enabling the animal to move on land is one of the most profound evolutionary changes known. It is also becoming increasingly well-understood as a result of more transitional fossil finds, many tetrapods have returned to partially aquatic or fully aquatic lives throughout the history of the group.

Tetrapods can be defined in cladistics as the nearest common ancestor of all living amphibians and all living amniotes, the group so defined is the crown group, or crown tetrapods. The term tetrapodomorph is used for the definition, any animal that is more closely related to living amphibians, reptiles, birds.

The group so defined is known as the total group. Stegocephalia is a larger group equivalent to some uses of the word tetrapod. Batrachomorphs are all sharing a more recent common ancestry with living amphibians than with living amniotes.

Reptiliomorphs are all sharing a more recent common ancestry with living amniotes than with living amphibians. Tetrapoda includes four classes, amphibians, reptiles, mammals, however, that diversification process was interrupted at least a few times by major biological crises, such as the Permian—Triassic extinction event, which at least affected amniotes.

As biodiversity has grown, so has the number of niches that tetrapods have occupied, the first tetrapods were aquatic and fed primarily on fish. Today, the Earth supports a diversity of tetrapods that live in many habitats. Tetrapods evolved from early bony fishes, specifically from the branch of lobe-finned fishes.

The first tetrapods probably evolved in the Emsian stage of the Early Devonian from Tetrapodomorph fish living in water environments.

The very earliest tetrapods would have been similar to Acanthostega, with legs and lungs as well as gills. The earliest tetrapods inhabited saltwater, brackish-water, and freshwater environments and these traits were shared with many early lobed-finned fishes. All female mammals nurse their young with milk, secreted from the mammary glands, Mammals include the largest animals on the planet, the great whales.

The basic body type is a quadruped, but some mammals are adapted for life at sea, in the air, in trees. The largest group of mammals, the placentals, have a placenta, Mammals range in size from the 30—40 mm bumblebee bat to the meter blue whale.

With the exception of the five species of monotreme, all modern mammals give birth to live young, most mammals, including the six most species-rich orders, belong to the placental group.

The largest orders are the rodents, bats and Soricomorpha, the next three biggest orders, depending on the biological classification scheme used, are the Primates, the Cetartiodactyla, and the Carnivora.

Living mammals are divided into the Yinotheria and Theriiformes There are around species of mammal, in some classifications, extant mammals are divided into two subclasses, the Prototheria, that is, the order Monotremata, and the Theria, or the infraclasses Metatheria and Eutheria. The marsupials constitute the group of the Metatheria, and include all living metatherians as well as many extinct ones.

Much of the changes reflect the advances of cladistic analysis and molecular genetics, findings from molecular genetics, for example, have prompted adopting new groups, such as the Afrotheria, and abandoning traditional groups, such as the Insectivora. The mammals represent the only living Synapsida, which together with the Sauropsida form the Amniota clade, the early synapsid mammalian ancestors were sphenacodont pelycosaurs, a group that produced the non-mammalian Dimetrodon.

At the end of the Carboniferous period, this group diverged from the line that led to todays reptiles. Some mammals are intelligent, with some possessing large brains, self-awareness, Mammals can communicate and vocalize in several different ways, including the production of ultrasound, scent-marking, alarm signals, singing, and echolocation.

Mammals can organize themselves into fission-fusion societies, harems, and hierarchies, most mammals are polygynous, but some can be monogamous or polyandrous. They provided, and continue to provide, power for transport and agriculture, as well as commodities such as meat, dairy products, wool. Mammals are hunted or raced for sport, and are used as model organisms in science, Mammals have been depicted in art since Palaeolithic times, and appear in literature, film, mythology, and religion.

Defaunation of mammals is primarily driven by anthropogenic factors, such as poaching and habitat destruction, Mammal classification has been through several iterations since Carl Linnaeus initially defined the class. Though field work gradually made Simpsons classification outdated, it remains the closest thing to a classification of mammals.

Zeitschrift fur Saugetierkunde 47 6: European Association of Zoos and Aquaria, Ng, Jennifer Pastorini, and Don J. Conservation Genetics 7 3: Retrieved on January 13, European Association of Zoos and Aquaria, 75— Scientists are studying elusive rhinos by analyzing their feces", National Post, May 10, The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 55 1: Cardamom Mountains biodiversity survey.

Fauna and Flora International. International Zoo Yearbook Zoological Society of London. Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan. Zoologische Garten 75 2: Carl Linnaeus laid the foundations for biological nomenclature, now regulated by the Nomenclature Codes 2. With a few exceptions, most notably the sponges and Placozoa and these include muscles, which are able to contract and control locomotion, and nerve tissues, which send and process signals 3.

In filter-feeding species it produces mucus to gather food particles, which helps in transporting food to the esophagus and it also stores iodine, and may be a precursor of the vertebrate thyroid gland 4. The earliest tetrapods inhabited saltwater, brackish-water, and freshwater environments and these traits were shared with many early lobed-finned fishes 5.

A newt lung cell stained with fluorescent dye s undergoing the early anaphase stage of mitosis. The Glass catfish Kryptopterus vitreolus is one of the few chordates with a visible backbone. The spinal cord is housed within its backbone. The superclass Tetrapoda from Greek: Representatives of extant tetrapod groups, clockwise from upper left: The white rhinoceros is the largest living perissodactyl.

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All of the earliest chordate fossils have found in the Early Cambrian Chengjiang fauna. Included were individuals that had occupied senior positions in wartime Germany. Barnett, MoS Est 5c, to W. Working side-by-side with German scientists, the British staff ran plant and equipment for calibration, testing and the collection of essential data. This assertion is based on comparative recruitment figures: South American tapirs are among the few species of extant perissodactyl with a trunk. It is also becoming increasingly well-understood as a result of more transitional fossil finds, many tetrapods have returned to partially aquatic or fully aquatic lives throughout the history of the group. Within four days a consensus emerged among senior MAP officials on the proposals. The objectives of the operation were the evacuation of state-of-the-art equipment from aeronautical research institutes and the recruitment of high-grade aviation experts for postwar work in Britain. An Appraisement and Strategy for סרטי סקס תותה סקס סרטים מלאים London: Wood, Project Cancelled note 4 p. There would be considerable risk in permitting these scientists to have access to firms engaged on highly secret defence contracts … Leakage of information on the long-term trend of secret weapons would indeed be. Consequently, as Edgerton points out, these factors conspired to create a situation where:.

The original conception of the DCOS scheme, which had in mind the eventual return of aliens to their own country after having given the information which was required of them, had now changed. By January ,78 this high-level pressure led to the removal of legal impediments, and those German specialists required by the government defence research establishments were finally offered unestablished Civil Service appointments on similar terms and conditions to British staff.

After , of the original 87 DCOS recruits some 27 acquired British nationality and many went on to make longer-term contributions to British aeronautics and rocket development. Between and , his work included the design of a missile targeting computer and missile vibration research. Between and his retirement in , Entres was responsible for the development of UK space policy and overall planning of the British space technology programme — a task that included the coordination of the efforts of industry and government establishments.

Similarly, MoS personnel records indicate that experts recruited by the RAE Rocket Propulsion Department, Westcott, including Friederich Jessen and Jurgen Diederichsen, made valuable theoretical and practical contributions to the development of liquid and solid rocket fuels and motors from the lates until their retirement in the mids.

Instead, a limited and largely polemical literature on the British experience has generated a popular orthodoxy that Britain failed to exploit a technological opportunity that was harnessed so effectively by the Americans.

Reports of their work into inter-continental guided missiles, today greatly developed and realised in a practical form in the USSR and the US, were dismissed as a Wellsian fantasy or a Jules Verne dream by our people at home. This assertion is based on comparative recruitment figures: Correspondingly, this critique implies a particular counter-factual history: This popular account raises two issues. The first is why German science more generally, and the DCOS Scheme in particular, figure so little in the historiography of post-war British defence science and technology.

On the other hand, a relatively small proportion of British development projects finally proceeded to production. Between and , the British aircraft industry undertook manned projects that were overtly intended for manufacture, of which just 10 aircraft types were eventually produced in quantities of or more.

Consequently, as Edgerton points out, these factors conspired to create a situation where:. Correspondingly, the marginalization of German scientists in the historiography of British post-war aeronautics has occurred because many of the DCOS recruits were employed on development lines that ultimately failed to proceed to production for reasons that had little to do with the quality or activities of the German specialists themselves. This implies the need for more research into the role German scientists played across the range of post-war weapon-related development, if only to augment the history of why Britain undertook the projects it did and further our understanding of how and why those projects ultimately performed the way they did.

For example, throughout the lates, Britain encountered chronic shortages in qualified scientists and engineers QSEs in precisely those fields where German expertise seemed to have the most to offer.

The QSE shortfalls were most acute in the aeronautical and guided weapons sectors with the implication that:. Certain vital Radar equipment, Guided Weapons and AA [anti-aircraft] equipments are among the most seriously affected. Lack of suitable staff in the aeronautical field will affect the efficiency of new aircraft and will lead to delays in reaching higher speeds.

More might also have been achieved had Britain followed the US armed services in preserving wartime teams or encouraging greater contact between German experts and aircraft manufacturers. In the British case, the majority of the DCOS recruits had left by , many complaining of enforced isolation. Correspondingly, however, there is evidence that the popular orthodoxy underrates the performance of British policies in three respects.

First, the application of hindsight has tended to downplay the constraints on German recruitment that arose from the social and political milieu in which British policy was formulated.

In this light, British policy can be interpreted as a logical response to the prevailing social and political conditions of the time. Second, it is a gross oversimplification to say, as the orthodoxy implies, that Britain was somehow denied access by the Americans to the elite scientists it required.

Between December and July , under the inter-governmental agreements implemented by the Combined Chiefs of Staff in Washington, the UK and the US exchanged 35 lists of German scientists required for defence work.

Consequently, when manpower requirements are subjected to closer scrutiny they reveal that Britain either employed or screened all but 21 of the German scientists and technicians listed as required by the defence research establishments. In cases where Britain and the USA required the same individual, the records show that allocations were made i n accordance with the equity principle agreed by the Combined Chiefs of Staff, so Britain does not appear to have been disadvantaged where competing claims for particular German experts emerged.

In addition to long-term exploitation of German experts through the DCOS Scheme, British policy included two other equally important objectives: British policies also need to be evaluated in terms of the security benefits provided through post-war Anglo-US cooperation on information from German scientists.

For example, Britain gave information derived in the early s on German wartime advances on radar absorbent material to the USA that proved to be an important precursor to the development of Stealth technology.

Consequently, collaboration on the German science question, coupled with broader scientific, technical and intelligence information exchange, seems to have assisted British Cold War security interests by enhancing transatlantic defence and intelligence links.

The lesson of the research facilities discovered in Germany at the end of the war and their indications of the patterns of future technical development, far in advance of our own conception at the time, went largely unheeded by government and industry alike.

Moreover, it points to the need for more research into the impact of British policies towards German scientists, above and beyond the cohort recruited for work in the UK, on wider Cold War national security interests. An Appraisement and Strategy for Success London: See, for example, Leslie E. John Wiley p. Scarborough House pp. Derek Wood, Project Cancelled: Tri-Service Press , p. The Supply of Military Aircraft, Cmd. Tom Bower, The Paperclip Conspiracy: Michael Joseph p.

Notable exceptions are the excellent coverage of scientific intelligence in Julian Lewis, Changing Direction London: Sherwood Press , and also in R. Jones, Reflection on Intelligence London: European University Institute Harwood , p.

Wood, Project Cancelled note 4 p. Bower, The Paperclip Conspiracy note 6 p. Preface to Matthias Judt and Burghard Ciesla eds. Bower note 6 p. Brown, Miles Aircraft since London: Cold War Hot Science: Nahum note 54 p.

Barnett, MoS Est 5c, to W. Polley, HM Treasury, 24 Aug. Stafford Cripps to Winston Churchill, 13 June Fedden note 1 p. Bower note 6 pp. Wood note 4 p. Edgerton note 87 p. Ciesla note 9 p. The most extensive development of this thesis is contained in Bower note 6. For a discussion of the operation, see Richard J. Aldrich, The Hidden Hand: John Murray Ch.

See Alex Danchev, On Specialness: In , the domain was proposed for the highest rank. This term represents a synonym for the category of dominion, introduced by Moore in , unlike Moore, Whoese et al. It was also found that the eukaryotes are more related to the Archaea than they are to the Eubacteria. Although the primacy of the Eubacteria-Archaea divide has been questioned, it has been upheld by subsequent research, there is no consensus on how many kingdoms exist in the classification scheme proposed by Woese.

In , a article by Simpson and Roger noted that the Protista were a grab-bag for all eukaryotes that are not animals. On this basis, the diagram opposite showed the real kingdoms of the eukaryotes, a classification which followed this approach was produced in for the International Society of Protistologists, by a committee which worked in collaboration with specialists from many societies.

It divided the eukaryotes into the same six supergroups, the published classification deliberately did not use formal taxonomic ranks, including that of kingdom.

In this system the multicellular animals are descended from the same ancestor as both the unicellular choanoflagellates and the fungi which form the Opisthokonta, Plants are thought to be more distantly related to animals and fungi. Beyond this, there does not appear to be a consensus, rogozin et al. The classification of living things into animals and plants is an ancient one, aristotle classified animal species in his History of Animals, while his pupil Theophrastus wrote a parallel work, the Historia Plantarum, on plants.

Carl Linnaeus laid the foundations for biological nomenclature, now regulated by the Nomenclature Codes. The animal kingdom emerged as a clade within Apoikozoa as the group to the choanoflagellates.

Animals are motile, meaning they can move spontaneously and independently at some point in their lives and their body plan eventually becomes fixed as they develop, although some undergo a process of metamorphosis later in their lives.

All animals are heterotrophs, they must ingest other organisms or their products for sustenance, most known animal phyla appeared in the fossil record as marine species during the Cambrian explosion, about million years ago. Animals can be divided broadly into vertebrates and invertebrates, vertebrates have a backbone or spine, and amount to less than five percent of all described animal species.

They include fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, the remaining animals are the invertebrates, which lack a backbone. These include molluscs, arthropods, annelids, nematodes, flatworms, cnidarians, ctenophores, the study of animals is called zoology. The word animal comes from the Latin animalis, meaning having breath, the biological definition of the word refers to all members of the kingdom Animalia, encompassing creatures as diverse as sponges, jellyfish, insects, and humans.

Aristotle divided the world between animals and plants, and this was followed by Carl Linnaeus, in the first hierarchical classification. In Linnaeuss original scheme, the animals were one of three kingdoms, divided into the classes of Vermes, Insecta, Pisces, Amphibia, Aves, and Mammalia. Since then the last four have all been subsumed into a single phylum, in , Ernst Haeckel divided the animal kingdom into two subkingdoms, Metazoa and Protozoa.

The protozoa were later moved to the kingdom Protista, leaving only the metazoa, thus Metazoa is now considered a synonym of Animalia. Animals have several characteristics that set apart from other living things. Animals are eukaryotic and multicellular, which separates them from bacteria and they are heterotrophic, generally digesting food in an internal chamber, which separates them from plants and algae. They are also distinguished from plants, algae, and fungi by lacking cell walls.

All animals are motile, if only at life stages. In most animals, embryos pass through a stage, which is a characteristic exclusive to animals. With a few exceptions, most notably the sponges and Placozoa and these include muscles, which are able to contract and control locomotion, and nerve tissues, which send and process signals. They are also bilaterally symmetric coelomates, in the case of vertebrate chordates, the notochord is usually replaced by a vertebral column during development, and they may have body plans organized via segmentation.

There are also additional extinct taxa, the Vertebrata are sometimes considered as a subgroup of the clade Craniata, consisting of chordates with a skull, the Craniata and Tunicata compose the clade Olfactores.

Of the more than 65, living species of chordates, the worlds largest and fastest animals, the blue whale and peregrine falcon respectively, are chordates, as are humans.

Fossil chordates are known from at least as early as the Cambrian explosion, Hemichordata, which includes the acorn worms, has been presented as a fourth chordate subphylum, but it now is usually treated as a separate phylum.

The Hemichordata, along with the Echinodermata, form the Ambulacraria, the Chordata and Ambulacraria form the superphylum Deuterostomia, composed of the deuterostomes. Attempts to work out the relationships of the chordates have produced several hypotheses.

All of the earliest chordate fossils have found in the Early Cambrian Chengjiang fauna. Because the fossil record of early chordates is poor, only molecular phylogenetics offers a prospect of dating their emergence. However, the use of molecular phylogenetics for dating evolutionary transitions is controversial and it has also proved difficult to produce a detailed classification within the living chordates. Attempts to produce family trees shows that many of the traditional classes are paraphyletic.

While this has been known since the 19th century, an insistence on only monophyletic taxa has resulted in vertebrate classification being in a state of flux. Although the name Chordata is attributed to William Bateson, it was already in prevalent use by , ernst Haeckel described a taxon comprising tunicates, cephalochordates, and vertebrates in Though he used the German vernacular form, it is allowed under the ICZN code because of its subsequent latinization, among the vertebrate sub-group of chordates the notochord develops into the spine, and in wholly aquatic species this helps the animal to swim by flexing its tail.

In fish and other vertebrates, this develops into the spinal cord, the pharynx is the part of the throat immediately behind the mouth. In fish, the slits are modified to form gills, a muscular tail that extends backwards behind the anus.

This is a groove in the wall of the pharynx. In filter-feeding species it produces mucus to gather food particles, which helps in transporting food to the esophagus and it also stores iodine, and may be a precursor of the vertebrate thyroid gland. The first tetrapods appeared by the late Devonian,, the first tetrapods were primarily aquatic. Their descendants drove most amphibians to extinction as they began to dominate, the amniotes include the tetrapods that further evolved for flight—such as birds from among the dinosaurs, and bats from among the mammals.

The change from a plan for breathing and navigating in water to a body plan enabling the animal to move on land is one of the most profound evolutionary changes known.

It is also becoming increasingly well-understood as a result of more transitional fossil finds, many tetrapods have returned to partially aquatic or fully aquatic lives throughout the history of the group.

Tetrapods can be defined in cladistics as the nearest common ancestor of all living amphibians and all living amniotes, the group so defined is the crown group, or crown tetrapods. The term tetrapodomorph is used for the definition, any animal that is more closely related to living amphibians, reptiles, birds.

The group so defined is known as the total group. Stegocephalia is a larger group equivalent to some uses of the word tetrapod. Batrachomorphs are all sharing a more recent common ancestry with living amphibians than with living amniotes. Reptiliomorphs are all sharing a more recent common ancestry with living amniotes than with living amphibians. Tetrapoda includes four classes, amphibians, reptiles, mammals, however, that diversification process was interrupted at least a few times by major biological crises, such as the Permian—Triassic extinction event, which at least affected amniotes.

As biodiversity has grown, so has the number of niches that tetrapods have occupied, the first tetrapods were aquatic and fed primarily on fish. Today, the Earth supports a diversity of tetrapods that live in many habitats. Tetrapods evolved from early bony fishes, specifically from the branch of lobe-finned fishes. The first tetrapods probably evolved in the Emsian stage of the Early Devonian from Tetrapodomorph fish living in water environments.

The very earliest tetrapods would have been similar to Acanthostega, with legs and lungs as well as gills. The earliest tetrapods inhabited saltwater, brackish-water, and freshwater environments and these traits were shared with many early lobed-finned fishes. All female mammals nurse their young with milk, secreted from the mammary glands, Mammals include the largest animals on the planet, the great whales.

The basic body type is a quadruped, but some mammals are adapted for life at sea, in the air, in trees. The largest group of mammals, the placentals, have a placenta, Mammals range in size from the 30—40 mm bumblebee bat to the meter blue whale.

With the exception of the five species of monotreme, all modern mammals give birth to live young, most mammals, including the six most species-rich orders, belong to the placental group. The largest orders are the rodents, bats and Soricomorpha, the next three biggest orders, depending on the biological classification scheme used, are the Primates, the Cetartiodactyla, and the Carnivora. Living mammals are divided into the Yinotheria and Theriiformes There are around species of mammal, in some classifications, extant mammals are divided into two subclasses, the Prototheria, that is, the order Monotremata, and the Theria, or the infraclasses Metatheria and Eutheria.

The marsupials constitute the group of the Metatheria, and include all living metatherians as well as many extinct ones.

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ללקק תחת תמונות של תחת גדול Conservation Genetics 7 3: This term represents a synonym for the category of dominion, introduced by סקס לידי בוי סרטי סקס אלים inunlike Moore, Whoese et al. Consequently, as Edgerton points out, these factors conspired to create a situation where: The QSE shortfalls were most acute in the aeronautical and guided weapons sectors with the implication that:. Correspondingly, the marginalization of German scientists in the historiography of British post-war aeronautics has occurred because many of the DCOS recruits were employed on development lines that ultimately failed to proceed to production for reasons that had little to do with the quality or activities of the German specialists themselves. Cardamom Mountains biodiversity survey.
סרטי הומויים זייונים Bower, The Paperclip Conspiracy note 6 p. Animals can be divided broadly into vertebrates and invertebrates, vertebrates have a backbone or spine, and amount to less than five percent of all described animal species. Bower note 6 pp. A significant discovery that came to light in was that the Germans had appreciated the value of sweepback as a סקס עם אבא זיון רטוב of delaying the impact of compressibility at high subsonic speeds — a factor that had not been fully appreciated in Britain ללקק תחת תמונות של תחת גדול by the aircraft industry or by the government defence research establishments. Batrachomorphs are all sharing a more recent common ancestry with living amphibians than with living amniotes. The earliest tetrapods inhabited saltwater, brackish-water, and freshwater environments and these traits were shared with many early lobed-finned fishes.
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