Results for: Chordate

In Zoology or Animal Biology

What is a chordate?

A Chordate is a animal with a notochord. They do not need to have spines- they just need to have a spinal cord. Fish, Reptiles, Mammals, Birds, and Amphibians are all members (MORE)
In Zoology or Animal Biology

What is chordates?

An chordate has an inner skeleton with a backbone. It generally has four appendages that are in the forms of legs, arms, wings or fins.
In Ecosystems

What is chordate?

Chordates are animals in the phylum chordata. These animals have a notochord some point in their lives (in us and other mammals, this notochord is changed into the disks betwe (MORE)
In Biology

What is a chordates?

Chordate is a phylum of the animal kingdom. Chordates have a hollow CNS, post anal tail, gills as embryos, and a closed circulatory system. Humans belong to the phylum Chordat (MORE)
In Zoology or Animal Biology

Is ant chordate or non-chordate?

Ants and all other insects are non-chordates. Insects belong to thesubphylum arthropoda. Animals that are vertebrates are consideredto be chordates.
In Vertebrates

Is chordates vertebrates?

Chordates are not vertebrates because although some vertebrates are chordates theres many reasons why chordates arent vertebrates.the first reason is because chordates consist (MORE)
In Platypuses

Why is the platypus a chordate?

A chordate is any animal that has a notochord or spinal chord. Any animal that is a vertebrate, i.e. mammals, birds, fish, reptiles or amphibians, is a chordate, or member o (MORE)