• humans
  • Nature abounds with structures built by animals other than humans, or animal architecture, as it is commonly termed, such as termite mounds, wasp and beehives, burrow complexes of rodents, beaver dams, elaborate nests of birds, and webs of spiders. (wikipedia.org)
  • Uniped: 1 leg, such as clams Biped: 2 legs, such as humans and birds Triped: 3 legs, which does not occur naturally in healthy animals Quadruped: 4 legs, such as dogs and horses Many taxa are characterized by the number of legs: Tetrapods have four legs. (wikipedia.org)
  • general
  • I thought the material covered in this course was really valuable because it forced us to think critically and could be applied to many animals, and some concepts could even be applied to other areas (i.e. general mechanics, building structures). (bamfieldmsc.com)
  • shape
  • In a case apparently of masquerade, the red-faced spinetail Cranioleuca erythrops places bits of grass and other material loosely streaming both above and below the nest chamber to break the shape of the nest and to cause it to resemble random debris without any underlying structure. (wikipedia.org)
  • A leg is a weight bearing and locomotive anatomical structure, usually having a columnar shape. (wikipedia.org)
  • Market
  • This fund is intended to research, develop and market projects to reduce the amount of nutrients in animal waste, or develop alternative waste management strategies. (equiery.com)
  • houses
  • Finally, a few bills of interest that were filed late: HB 1303 (which doubles from $100,000 to $200,000 per practice the maximum amount of state cost sharing for water pollution control projects such as manure storage structures, steam fencing and crossings, etc.) passed both houses. (equiery.com)
  • waste
  • HB 1404 was enacted, moving the Animal Waste Technology Fund from the Dept. of Business and Economic Development to the Dept. of Agriculture. (equiery.com)
  • This structure helps in the proper movement and removal of waste matter in the digestive system, contains lymphatic vessels that regulate pathogens, and lastly, might even produce early defences that prevent deadly diseases. (wikipedia.org)