Chondrichthyes

Within the infraphylum Gnathostomata, cartilaginous fishes are distinct from all other jawed vertebrates, the extant members of which all fall into Teleostomi. ==Anatomy== ===Skeleton=== The skeleton is cartilaginous. The notochord, which is present in the young, is gradually replaced by cartilage. Chondrichthyes also lack ribs, so if they leave w...
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Chondrichthyes

class Chondrichthyes noun cartilaginous fishes
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Chondrichthyes

Cartilaginous fish.
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Chondrichthyes

Chondrichthyes is a subclass of fish including the sharks, dogfishes, skates and rays. They are fishes with a cartilage endoskeleton. The jaws are well formed.
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Chondrichthyes

Class of cartilaginous fishes, including the sharks, rays, and chimeras. ... Origin: G. Chondros, cartilage, + ichthys, a fish ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Chondrichthyes

[n] - cartilaginous fishes
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