Man Shaeept Az Android Ohr Heeuumuhnoid Ohr Mehtuhman Uhv AnnimmuL Izm


Suffix-oid

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[ Ehtihmolluhjee Uhv ] -oid

word-forming element meaning "like, like that of, thing like a __," from Latinized form of Greek -oeides, from eidos "form,"

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History and Etymology for -oid

Adjective suffix

Latin -oïdes, from Greek -oeidēs, from -o- + eidos appearance, form

[ Dikshuhnehree Deskripshuhnz Uhv ] -oid

-oid noun suffix

(Entry 1 of 2)

1: something resembling a (specified) object or having a (specified) quality

-oid adjective suffix

Definition of -oid (Entry 2 of 2)

2: resembling : having the form or appearance of


Wrd "Mannoid" Iz Deskrybd Az "Shaeept Lyk Man Fohrm"

* Man Fohrm Shaeem Inkluudz 1 Hed, 1 Tohrsoh 2 Ahrmz, 2 Handz, 2 Legz and 2 Feet.


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Android Robot Izm

Android

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android (n.)

"automaton resembling a human being in form and movement," 1837, in early use often in reference to automated chess players,

from Modern Latin androides (itself attested as a Latin word in English from 1727),

from Greek andro- "man" + -eides "form, shape" (see [[Suffix-oid]]]).

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android noun

[ www.merriam-webster.com Dehskripshuhn Uhv Wrd ] android

1:: a mobile robot usually with a human form

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Android Definitions

Word origin of 'android'
from Late Greek androeidēs manlike; see andro-, -oid

android (ˈændrɔɪd )

noun
1. (in science fiction) a robot resembling a human being
2. trademark: a software package for smartphones, including many application programs

3. a smartphone that uses this software

Droid

Spohk Az: D->r->oh->ee->d

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[ ( Etihmolluhjee = Wrd Histohree ] Uhv Wrd ] droid (n.)

popularized from 1977, short for android.

It is attested in a science fiction story from 1952.

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[ Dikshuhnehree Dehskripshuhnz Uhv Wrd ] droid noun

UK ​ /drɔɪd/ US ​ /drɔɪd/ informal

a robot that is made to look like a human


Heeuumuhnoeed Lyf Izm


See: Heeuumuhn Izm

* Heeuumuhnoid Lyf Kyndz Inkluud:

* Mohst Bahld Man Lyf Kynd Typs Inkluudz

* ( Heeuumuhnz Uhv Heeuumuhn Izm ) { In And On ANd Uhbuhv } Thiss Glohb

* And ExTruhTehresTreeaL Heeuumuhn Kyndz

* Mohst Furd Baeesik Man Lyf Kynd:

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What are primates with no tails called? Apes

Thuh Wrd Speld "Ape" In Fohnehtik Eeng-Glish Speech Sownd Synz Iz Aeep


Nekst Iz Uh Pikchr Uhv Uh Prymaeet Aeep That Non-Haz Uh Tail:
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GohL: BiLd Heewmuhn Kynd Izm Frum Heewmun SyzOhmz.


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Mehtuh Heeuumuhn Shaeept Lyf


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Prymaeet Izm

Uh Prymaeet Iz 1 Uhv Thuh Man Shaeept Lyf Kyndz Wich Iz:
1: Mohstlee kuhvrd With Fur, And
2: Oft Iz Uh Mehtuh Heeuumuhn Shaeept Lyf With Uh Tail.

Eech 1 Prymaeet Uhv Theez Myt Bee:
1: An Aeep That ( Myt Non-hav uh Tail )
2 Ohr Uh Prymaeet That Myt Hav Uh Tail Wich Eethr:

  • Cannot Grasp, Ohr
  • Iz Prehensile And Can Grasp.

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What are primates with no tails called? Apes


Nekst Iz Uh Pikchr Uhv Uh Prymaeet Aeep That Non-haz uh Tail:
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Nekst Iz Uh Pikchr Uhv Uh Prymaeet With uh Shohrt Tail:

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NekstIz Uh Pikchr Uhv Uh Prymaeet With uh Prehensile Tail THat Kan Grasp Shohn Grasping:

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Monkeys with Prehensile Tails

Written by Marcia Malory
Category: Rainforests

South American monkeys have prehensile tails that can be used for a variety of tasks, such as climbing as well as gathering and holding food.

The prehensile tail acts as a fifth limb. It is a continuation of the backbone. It has a central core of bony vertebrae that are joined together in a much more flexible fashion than those of the back.

These vertebrae are bound together with ligaments. The muscles of the tail are attached to the vertebrae by strong tendons. As the muscles at the base of the tail contract, the tail tip curls around so that it can be used as a hook.


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Mantis Izm

Praying Mantis Pikchr

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Praying Mantis Anatomy

Praying Mantis Insect Anatomy Diagrams and Nomenclature

Adult insects have common basic structures. The insect body has three main parts. These are the head, thorax, and abdomen. Each of these sections bear appendages (eg: antennae, mouth parts , and legs). The shape and size of appendages are modified depending on their use. Generally, the Mantis, like many insects, has a body divided into three parts (head, thorax, and abdomen), six legs, wings, two antennae, compound eyes, and a rigid exoskeleton. However, some criteria are unique and make it unique in its kind. This is the case of its front legs, which through evolution into hooks called abducting legs or “raptoriales”.Covered with thorns, they enable the Mantis the capture of prey large, unable to dig themselves out of such a trap. This adaptation is also found in other species with predatory habits, such as mantispes for example.

Another, more comparable to human anatomy, specificity is the ability to turn its triangular head to more than 180 degrees. The presence of a long Prothorax facilitates this almost periscopic mobility! Note that little insects are capable of because of the rigidity of their “neck”. This feature allows the Mantis to stay perfectly still while having a field of view non-standard to watch for the arrival of a prey, wherever it comes.

Sight: Observing a Mantis closely, you will notice that it seems to follow you with their eyes. This feature is explained by the presence of a called black spot pseudopupil, composed in each eye, this is only due to the light refraction through the many facets of the eye, not the presence of a true pupil. The truth is, Mantis have five eyes, the two that are clearly visible and distinguishable on examination (compound eyes), and three simple eyes. These “ocellis” appearing between the antennas are triangular. They are intended to help the Mantis to distinguish the light from the darkness. Using these five eyes, a Mantis has the potential for relatively remote prey and see the world in a wide range of wavelengths, including ultraviolet light.

Respiratory: The breathing is independent of any organ through a series of small pores called spiracles ou stigmatas, and from which the tracheae branch to form the respiratory system. The latter can be very limited and suffer asphyxiation if the air circulation is not sufficient or even if a substance just clog the surface of holes. To compensate for this problem, you will easily observe engorged females, Contracting their abdominal muscles on a regular basis, in order to increase the air flow at the surface of the pores.

Circulatory System : The circulation of the blood in the body is completely independent of the breath. As a result, a Mantis can survive even after losing a lot of blood and a member.

Digestion : after having ingested prey, which is digestible is excreted through openings called the Malpighi tubules (equivalent of the kidneys in vertebrates) in the form of dry granules composed of crystallized uric acid.

Reproductive organs : they are not observable because internal. However, we can observe a laying device ovipositor at the end of the abdomen of females, as well as two appendages called multisegmentescerques and playing a role in the perception of movement.

Skeleton : it’s a sort of rigid protective shell called external exoskeleton and made up of chitine. Unlike other animals, insects must go through a gradual succession of molts to leave their new exoskeleton to grow and reach adulthood. This process also allows the regeneration of members lost to the previous stage. But according to the nature of the injury, damage can sometimes lead to complications at the level of the molts and causing death (a major cause of death in the development of the Mantis). The nymph to adult, a Mantis molt six to nine times by species and sex.

Hearing : the Mantis are equipped with a unique, localized ear under the body at the base of the hind legs. More closely, we distinguish a narrow gorge with two resonating membranes (this feature is often absent or greatly reduced in wingless females and neo-tropical species).