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1. General Term: Vertebrate
Vertebrate Any of a subphylum
(Vertebrata) of chordates possessing a spinal column that includes the mammals,
birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fishes.
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2. Evolution Topic: Natural Selection as a Creative Process
proceeds stepwise. The vertebrate
eye did not appear suddenly in all its present perfection. Its
formation requires the appropriate integration of many genetic
units, and thus the eye could not have resulted from random processes
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3. Evolution Topic: Natural Selection as a Directive Process
the formation of the vertebrate eye could have never been produced
by a random process like mutation. Not even if we allow for the
three billion years plus during which life has existed on earth.
The complicated anatomy of the eye like the
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4. General Term: Fetus/Foetus
Un unborn or unhatched vertebrate especially after attaining
the basic structural plan of its kind; specifically : a developing human from
usually three months after conception to birth.
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