Why are foxes more closely related to snakes than sea stars?
Both foxes and snakes are vertebrates while sea stars belong to a group of invertebrates called echinoderms. This means that foxes and snakes share a common ancestor (probably something resembling a lizard) which they do not share with sea stars.
They are more closely related to snakes. Both foxes and snakes are vertebrates while sea stars are invertebrates.
They are more closely related to foxes. Both foxes are snakes are vertebrates. Starfish are echinoderms.
Foxes are more closely related to snake than sea stars. Foxes and snakes share similar ancestors and both have vertebra that make up their spines.
No, a fox is a mammal, and is not related to starfish (sea stars), nor snakes.
Brittle stars or ophiuroids. These are echinoderms in the class Ophiuroidea closely related to starfish.
What events in early development suggest that frogs are more closely related to sea stars than either group is related to snails or worms?
The development patterns of sea stars are more similar to that of frogs than to snails or worms.
When you get to phylums you're talking about how closely related sheep are to sea-stars The difference between Chordate and all the other phylums is massive.
We can. They may be closely clumped together, but we can still see them. What we can't see is the stars on the other side of the central core of the galaxy, called the observational shadow, See related link for a pictorial
Generally, yes. For stars on the main sequence, meaning that they fuse hydrogen at their cores, mass, size, color, brightness, and temperature are all closely related. More massive stars are larger, brighter and hotter than less massive ones. The least massive stars are red. As you go to more massive stars color changes to orange, then yellow, then white, and finally to blue for the most massive stars.
No a starfish is not a fish. Starfish, also known as sea stars, are echinoderms belonging to the class Asteroidea. The names "starfish" are also used in a broader sense to include the closely related brittle stars, which make up the class Ophiuroidea.
The process you describe is quite intimately involved with, and closely related to, the phenomenon of seeing the sun, the moon, the planets, and the stars, on Earth.
stars that do not rise or set, but rather circle closely around polaris
Those characteristics depend mainly on a star's mass. Most stars would start consisting mainly of hydrogen-1. After a while, they burn up that fuel, and have more helium-4. Later they can create heavier elements (the so-called "metals"). The color of a star depends almost entirely on its surface temperature. The hottest stars are blue or bluish white in color. (The star's chemical composition only affects the narrow "absorption" lines in the otherwise continuous spectrum.) For… Read More
No, Chumlee is not related to any of the stars on Pawn Stars.
That is a star cluster.
Stars and Galaxies are related because a galaxy is a system of billions of stars, gases, and dust.
First [may be partial] is: A Cephid Variable Star. Quasars and other Gamma Ray sources [colliding Neutron Stars, and 'coalescing' Pairs of Black Holes for example] are also closely related.
Stars or celestial space. It may take the form of fear of aliens, being abducted by aliens, inability to tolerate the night sky and similar stimuli. It can be closely related to agoraphobia, the fear of open spaces.
Yes. We have detected gas giants orbiting very close to their stars.
they are stars
Starfish are echinoderms belonging to the class Asteroidea. The names "sea star" and "starfish" are also used in a broader sense to include the closely related brittle stars, which make up the class Ophiuroidea.
(1) Parsecs (as well as light-years) are conveniently large. (2) Parsecs are closely related to - or easily calculated from - the parallax method, a method often used to find out the distance of nearby stars.
Brittle stars, or ophiuroids are echinoderms, closely related to sea stars. The ophiuroids generally have five long slender, whip-like arms which may reach up to 60 centimeters (2 feet) in length on the largest specimens. They are also known as serpent stars. There are some 1,500 species of brittle stars living today, and they are largely found in deep waters more than 500 metres (1,650 feet) down.
Resolving power / the resolution.
They are not related. But they are about the same subject, Stars. Astrophysics is the study of the physics of the stars in the universe. The Zodiac signs are the names given to the groups of stars called constellations.
the are related by how it orbits
Jellyfish. sea stars. snails spiders earthworms snakes
About 90% of the observed stars are on the main sequence. See related question
The oldest stars are classified as population III stars [See related question]
no none of them are related to each other
It is called simply a "globular cluster". Another possibility: The closely allied stars at the center of a galaxy tend to be older, redder stars than those in the outlying arms of the galaxy.
See related link for a full list of stars in Delphinus
None of the planets are stars, only the stars. See related questions.
In ancient times it was thought that the constellation looked like an archer on horseback. Its also made out of stars, and stars are related to astrology.
Because brittle stars are very fragile. Interestingly, Brittle stars use this fragility to defend themselves by easily losing arm segments or even entire arms. This strategy works because they are also able to regenerate these lost parts. They use their brittle quality and regenerative powers, in a way similar to that of some lizards, who lose part of their tails to confuse, appease, and evade predators. Brittle stars, Ophiuroids, are echinoderms, closely related to basket… Read More
There are approximately 200 -> 400 billion stars in the Milky Way. See related for a list of some stars
The Brittle Star is an ophiuroid echinoderm (spiny-skinned) invertebrate closely related to starfish.Unlike the starfish, the central dish is quite clearly marked off from the 5 limbs which vary widely in shape and form in the different species. They are also called serpent stars.
Yes, stars are third cousins to most modern day galaxies.
Shooting stars are not made - they are a natural phenomena [See related question]
A group of two or more stars together make up a constellation.
There are 8 main stars with an additional 9 stars in the asterism. There are over 80 stars in the Gemini constellation [See related link]
Centaurus has 11 main stars and many more minor stars. See related link for a list of all stars in Centaurus.
Their surface temperatures. A star's surface temperature is closely connected to the color of the star.
they are stars
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because it is a planet
No. Yellow stars are hotter than red stars. See related question.
The constellation of Grus has 7 main stars. See related link for a full list of stars in Grus.
it is related to technology because in different experiments that we perform in science we need technology to find out what we're experimenting about like in stars we need a telescope to see a star closely ... without it we can't see the star closely Ü technology is applied science. technology is the making of machines for making the lives of people easier (yes, it has its advantages and disadvantages). while science is the understanding… Read More
A star is a single entity, a galaxy is a vast collection of stars. See related questions.