other words for avian
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
In this ridge all the layers coalesce, and I therefore take it to be equivalent to the primitive streak of the avian blastoderm.
He evidently subserves some useful purpose in the avian community, or he would not be treated with so much consideration.
It has seldom been my fortune to listen to a finer pot-pourri of avian music.
Therefore, the term obturator internus is inappropriate for the avian muscle and must be abandoned.
It must not be supposed, however, that the syrinx does not perform an important function in the production of avian melody.
The bird's grace is batrachian rather than avian, while the odor of its body resembles that of no bird untouched by dissolution.
As to the distribution of these avian highways, we know at least that the coastlines of the continents are favourite routes.
The list below indicates the ontogenetic origin of the avian leg muscles, according to the studies of Romer and Wortham.
In the meantime, the avian population in the region is on the increase, thanks to all those cornflakes-and-firefly dinners.
A knowledge of the bird's nesting habits is a prime requisite in avian photography.