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Vertebrates (Taxonomy) Alvin Silverstein, Virginia Silverstein, Robert Silverstein 0805035176 9780805035179 In this book well focus on our closet relatives in the animal kingdom: the vertebrates. In a vertebrate embryo, the nerve
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Vertebrates (Taxonomy) by Alvin Silverstein, Virginia Silverstein, Robert Silverstein

In this book well focus on our closet relatives in the animal kingdom: the vertebrates. In a vertebrate embryo, the nerve cord and notochord are separate at first. But then the notochord develops into the spine, which surrounds and protects the nerve cord (spinal cord). The spine is not a stiff, solid tube. It is made of a series of parts, the vertebra, linked together like beads in a necklace. The holes in the center of each vertebra form a channel through which the spinal cord passes.

Author: Alvin Silverstein, Virginia Silverstein,

Language: English

Edition: 1st

Binding: Library Binding

Pages: 64

Publisher: 21st Century

Publication Date: 1997-12-09

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ISBN: 0805035176


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