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- n. All the vertebrates, such as the Amphibia, which lack an amnion during development.
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Yet Semper enters into refinements of comparison, seeing, for instance, in the lateral portions of the ventral ganglia (Fig. 14, _sp.g. _) the homologues of the spinal ganglia of Vertebrates, and comparing the lateral line of sense organs in Annelids with the lateral line in Anamnia.
It is developed in reptiles, birds, and mammals, which are hence called Amniota; but not in amphibia and fishes, which are consequently termed Anamnia.
Anamnia (the Amphibians, Fishes, and primitive types).
In all the Anamnia (the lower amnionless Craniotes, Cyclostomes,
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