Destitute of a backbone; having no vertebræ; of or pertaining to the Invertebrata.
An organism lacking a spinal column.
Animals without backbones; an orga...
A type of animal that lacks a backbone or spinal column.
An animal that does not possess a backbone â€“ for example, insects and spiders.
is any animal lacking a backbone; most live in moist soil, freshwater, or sea.
Invertebrate - An animal without a notochord or spinal column.
Animals lacking an internal skeleton or spinal column, such as the oyster and crab.
A creature that has no backbone, for instance an insect or a worm
1. without a backbone. 2. an organism which does not have a backbone.
Animals that lack a back-bone (vertebrae).
Animal that does not have a backbone. Also see vertebrate.
Any animal that is not a vertebrate, that is, whose nerve cord is not enclosed in a backbone of bony segments.
an animal that does not have an internal skeleton. It may be soft-bodied like a worm or have an exoskeleton like a crab.
An animal lacking a vertebral column, or internal backbone, such as crustaceans, bacteria, plankton, and algae.
i) Not having a back bone, ii) lacking firmness of character, iii) an invertebrate animal.
The group of animals lacking a bony spinal column. Examples of invertebrates are insects, worms, starfish, sponges, squid, plankton, crustaceans, and mollusks.
an organism not possessing a vertebral column, or backbone; insects and spiders are invertebrates.
of or pertaining to creatures without a backbone.
lacking a spinal column What is an Ecosystem
Animals which lack a backbone and include such as squids, octopuses, lobsters, or shrimps, crabs, shellfishes, sea urchins and starfishes. JKL
An animal which does not possess a backbone; all invertebrates also do not have internal skeletons made of bone or cartilage (including the arthropods, molluscs, protozoans, sponges, annelid worms, and many more obscure animals).
animal without a backbone (95% of the animal kingdom does not possess a backbone).
Small animals without backbones.
Animals that do not have a backbone
any animal lacking a backbone or notochord; the term is not used as a scientific classification
lacking a backbone or spinal column; "worms are an example of invertebrate animals"
an animal without a vertebral column, or spine
Any animal lacking a backbone. Invertebrates are by far the most numerous animals on Earth, both in sheer numbers and species. Nearly two million species have been identified to date. These two million species make up about 98 percent of all the animals identified in the entire animal kingdom.
Organisms that do not have a spinal cord covered by protective vertebrae. Invertebrates make up most of the animals on earth. Some examples include insects (arthropods), earthworms (annelids), and snails (molluscs).
an animal lacking a backbone and internal skeleton.
Animals without backbones, such as insects, spiders, worms, snails, millipedes, crabs, etc.
any animals that lacks an internal skeleton of cartilage or bone.
animals that lack a backbone, such as worms, insects and clams.
an organism with an exoskeleton such as insects, spiders and crabs.
an animal that lacks vertebrae (i.e., a spinal column).(back)
an animal lacking a backbone.(back)
n. Any animal lacking a backbone. Invertebrates make up over 95% of all animal species.
having no backbone or spinal column.
Refers to animals which possess external skeletons or shells, or none such as insects, snails, slugs and worms.
A large branch of animals that do not have a spinal column. Some examples of Invertebrates are insects and crustaceans.
An animal without a backbone such as mollusks or arthropods.
An animal, such as an insect or mollusc that lacks a backbone or spinal column.
an animal lacking a backbone (i.e. insects).
An animal without a backbone. Invertebrates include insects, arachnids (spiders & ticks), gastropods (snails & slugs), crustaceans (crayfish & isopods), centipedes, worms, and others.
Commonly called inverts by many in the hobby. Invertebrates are animals without backbones. Examples include anemones, corals, shrimps, snails, and crabs.
An animal without a backbone, such as snails, worms, and insects.
An animal without a backbone, such as an insects.
Organism without a backbone or spinal column.
A creature without a backbone
An animal belonging to the Invertebrata, i.e. without a backbone, such as the mollusks, arthropods, and coelenterates.
An animal without a backbone, such as a roach or a butterfly. K-N
in-VERT-e-brayt An animal that does not have a backbone. 508
Animal without a backbone. Oyster are invertebrates.
An animal without a backbone. (About 95% of all animal species on Earth are invertebrates)
an animal without a backbone of bone or cartilage.
A creature with no backbone, example, an insect or a worm
in- vert- eb-rate Animal with no backbone.
An animal with no backbone.
an animal without a backbone composed of vertebrae (e.g. insects, worms, snails, mussels, prawns and cuttlefish)
an animal that has no backbone; the vast majority of animals are invertebrates.
Creature without a backbone. abyrinth organ Auxiliary respiratory organ the allows some fish to "breath" air.
An animal, such as a planarian, snail, or crayfish, without a backbone. See also Vertebrate.
an animal without a backbone or spinal column. invertebrate [adj
an organism that does not have a backbone
An organism without a backbone.
Any animal without a spinal column. Examples: arthropods, mullusks.
an animal without a backbone composed of vertebrae; examples include insects, worms, snails, mussels, prawns and cuttlefish ( see vertebrate)
Animals without backbones: e.g., insects, mollusks, crustaceans, etc.
an animal without a backbone, for example a starfish. Page up
Animals that have no backbones. They include many microscopically small creatures such as nematodes, as well as spiders, earthworms, and many insects. Vertebrates, the creatures that do have backbones, include fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.
not having a backbone or spinal column
an animal without a backbone composed of vertebrae. Includes insects, worms, mussels, snails, prawns etc.
An animal lacking a spinal column.
An animal without an internal skeleton.
An animal without a backbone or spine.
Organism that does not have vertebrae i.e. does not have a developed spine. Includes insects, snails (mollusks), worms (macro invertebrates) and smaller organisms such as mites, arthropods and collembolla (micro invertebrates).
Any animal that is not a member of Subphylum Vertebrata; an animal without a backbone
small organisms like worms and clams that do not have a backbone.
An invertebrate is any animal that does not have a backbone.
Any animal lacking a backbone, such as insects, wood lice, centipedes, spiders, etc; also worms and snails.
animal without a backbone, such as insects and worms
An animal which lacks a backbone (such as an insect, spider or crustacean).
animal without a backbone e.g. insect, shellfish
animal lacking a spinal column J to L
Any animal without a backbone or spinal column.
Any animal that does not posses a backbone
An invertebrate is an animal that does not possess a backbone (vertebral column). There are many groups of invertebrates including: worms (earthworms and leeches), mollusks (snails and oysters), and arthropods (insects, spiders and crabs).
An animal which lacks a backbone (such as insects, spiders and crustaceans).
Invertebrates are animals without a backbone. Some invertebrates include protozoans, arthropods (insects, arachnids, crustaceans, etc.), worms, jellyfish, sponges, mollusks (like cephalopods [ octopus], gastropods, bivalves [clams, oysters, scallops]), and many others.
an animal without a backbone; includes worms, insects, mollusks, crustaceans, etc. K - O
Invertebrate is a term that describes any animal without a spinal column. The group includes 97% of all animal species â€” all animals except those in the Chordate subphylum Vertebrata (fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds and mammals).