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Most and amphibians
Most amphibians, however, are able to exchange gases with the water or air via their skin.
Most amphibians go through metamorphosis, a process of significant morphological change after birth.
Most non-dinosaurian archosaurs, most therapsids, and most of the large amphibians were eliminated, leaving dinosaurs with little terrestrial competition.
Most amphibians do not drink at all, but slowly absorb water through direct skin contact.
Most individuals focus on a particular field such as ecology, evolution, taxonomy, physiology, or molecular biology, and within that field ask questions pertaining to or best answered by examining reptiles and amphibians.
Most fish, reptiles and amphibians undergo a limited physiological colour change in response to a change in environment.
Most molecular studies of extant amphibians support monophyly for caecilians, frogs, and salamanders, and the most recent molecular study based on multi-locus data suggest a Late Carboniferous-Early Permian origin of modern amphibians.
Most land-dwelling vertebrates have since developed two methods of internal fertilization ; either direct as seen in all amniotes and a few amphibians, or indirect for many salamanders by placing a spermatophore on the ground which then is picked up by the female salamander.
Most are strict carnivores, with diets consisting mainly of fish, aquatic crustaceans, snails, amphibians, and sometimes birds and small mammals.
Most alligators will eat a wide variety of animals, including invertebrates, fish, birds, turtles, snakes, amphibians and mammals, in their life cycle.
Most amphibian larvae and some fully aquatic adult amphibians possess mechanosensitive systems comparable to the lateral line.
Most of the supply in western Europe comes from frog farms in Indonesia, however there is concern that the frog legs from Indonesia were poached from wild frog populations that may be endangering wild amphibians.

Most and lay
Most species lay their eggs underground and when the larvae hatch, they make their way to adjacent bodies of water.
Most terrestrial caecilians that lay eggs do so in burrows or moist places on land near bodies of water.
Most of CarĂ­as's first term in office was devoted to efforts to avoid financial collapse, improve the military, engage in a limited program of road building, and lay the foundations for prolonging his own hold on power.
Most of the class clucked and ran around wildly, but Brando sat calmly and pretended to lay an egg.
Most extant marine reptiles, except for some sea snakes, are oviparous and need to return to land to lay their eggs.
Most circuits have fewer ministers than churches, and the majority of services are led by lay local preachers, or by supernumerary ministers ( ministers who have retired, called supernumerary because they are not counted for official purposes in the numbers of ministers for the circuit in which they are listed ).
Most penguins lay two eggs in a clutch, although the two largest species, the Emperor and the King Penguins, lay only one.
Most animals that lay eggs, such as birds and reptiles, including most ovoviviparous species, have an oviduct instead of a uterus.
Most of the problems lay with Grace himself and his " overbearing personality " which quickly exhausted all personal goodwill towards him.
Most passerines lay coloured eggs, in contrast with non-passerines, most of whose eggs are white except in some ground-nesting groups such as Charadriiformes and nightjars, where camouflage is necessary, and some parasitic cuckoos, which match the passerine host's egg.
Most of these were with the full knowledge of Alexandra, who later permitted Alice Keppel to visit the King as he lay dying.
Most lay eggs that hatch as what look like miniature adults, but all scorpions and a few species of mites keep the eggs inside their bodies until the young emerge.
Most grasshoppers lay their eggs in the ground or on vegetation.
Most of his early publications were in German or Russian, but he later switched to writing in English for both technical papers and for the lay audience.
Most species of birds build some sort of nest, though some lay their eggs directly onto rock ledges or bare soil without first modifying the area.
Most residences lay within Towson proper: no houses existed west of Central Avenue along Allegheny or Pennsylvania avenues, and there were only three homes along the West Chesapeake Avenue corridor.
Most manuscripts seem to have been produced by lay artists in this period.
Most often, they lay five to ten eggs.
Most of these species nest in trees or bushes, but the coucals lay their eggs in nests on the ground or in low shrubs.
Most lay people are under the impression that using a butterfly needle is easier on their veins and less painful.
Most mammals do not lay eggs, but corresponding structures may be found inside the placenta.
Most criminal justice functions of JPs were transferred to lay magistrates.
Most species lay two or three white eggs in a covered location, whether it be a burrow, a hole in a tree, or a domed nest.

Most and their
Most avant-garde creators, true to their interest in the self-sufficiency of pure movement, have tended to dress their dancers in simple lines and solid colors ( often black ) and to give them a bare cyclorama for a setting.
Most of the Rebels got away since they could make better time through the stiff brush than their naked pursuers.
Most important of all, the less developed countries must be persuaded to take the necessary steps to allocate and commit their own resources.
Most of the others will swallow their $.50 to $3 charge rather than lose a good customer.
Most skilled industrial workers, nevertheless, still acquire their skills outside of formal training institutions.
Most Jewish mothers are determined to exercise vigilance over the social and sexual lives of their daughters by keeping them home.
Most pastors and laymen, even though they believe it to be important, assume that the ecumenical movement lies outside the province of their parishes.
Most children love the animated puppet faces and their flexible bodies, and they prefer to see them as though the puppets were in action, rather than put away in boxes.
( 1 ) Most of the realtors minimized their own understanding of and role in the racial issue, pleading that they only reflect the attitudes and intentions of their society.
Most babes survived the techniques of pituitary manipulation that kept their bodies small, eliminating the necessity of transfers from smaller to larger shells.
Most of their original objections about `` shells '' were overridden by the relief that these hideous ( to them ) bodies were mercifully concealed.
Most eggs contain the pigment melanin which raises their temperature through the absorption of light and also protects them against ultraviolet radiation.
Most are photosynthetic like plants, and " simple " because their tissues are not organized into the many distinct organs found in land plants.
* Most monocots are unable to thicken their stems once they have formed, since they lack the cylindrical meristem present in other angiosperm groups.
Most of the basins take their names from cities or towns located at their rims.
Most apparent is their sheer bulk ; complexes averaged more than 200 rooms each, and some enclosed up to 700 rooms.
Most do not enter the World to Come immediately, but now experience a period of review of their earthly actions and they are made aware of what they have done wrong.
Most metals and alloys can be work hardened by creating defects in their crystal structure.

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