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Hindgut meaning in Urdu

Hindgut Sentence

The hindgut is significant to the horse`s digestive process and its health.

Hindgut Definitions

1) Hindgut : جانور کی پچھلی آنت : (noun) the caudal part of the alimentary canal in vertebrate embryos.


Useful Words

Bowel : آنت , Enteron : آنت , Colicky : گیس کی بیماری سے متاثر , Digestible : قابل ہضم , Breadbasket : معدہ , Tail : دم , Jaw : جبڑا , Inversion : یوٹرس کا الٹ جانا , Medulla Spinalis : ریڑھ کی ہڈی , Caul : غلاف سر جنین , Shark : شارک مچھلی , Eyeball : آنکھ کا دیدہ , Abdomen : پیٹ , Peptic Ulcer : زخم ہاضم , Polydactyl : بہت سی انگلیاں اور انگوٹھے رکھنے والا , Tetrapod : چوپایہ , Agnathan : بے جبڑا مچھلی , Heterostraci : ناپید مچھلی , Headfish : سمندری مچھلی , Cerebellum : دمیغ , Fetus : جنین , Reptile : رینگنے والا جانور , Pelvic Fin : مچھلی کے پیٹ کے دو پروں میں سے ایک , Mammal : دودھ پلانے والے جانور , Blood Platelet : خون کو گاڑھا رکھنے والا قدرتی مادہ , Hip : پیڑو , Rickettsia : چھوٹے پلیومورفک جسمیے جو طفیلی ہوتے ہیں اور آرتھرو پوڈز کی گٹ کے خلیوں میں قدرتی طور پر رہتے ہیں بعض ممالیہ جانوروں اور آدمی میں امراض پیدا کرتے ہیں , Ship Canal : جہاز گزر نہر , Canalisation : نہر بنانے کا عمل , Flesh : گوشت , Stenosed : سکڑا ہوا

Useful Words Definitions

Bowel: the part of the alimentary canal starts from the stomach.

Enteron: the alimentary canal (especially of an embryo or a coelenterate).

Colicky: suffering from excessive gas in the alimentary canal.

Digestible: capable of being converted into assimilable condition in the alimentary canal.

Breadbasket: an enlarged and muscular saclike organ of the alimentary canal; the principal organ of digestion.

Tail: the posterior part of the body of a vertebrate especially when elongated and extending beyond the trunk or main part of the body.

Jaw: the part of the skull of a vertebrate that frames the mouth and holds the teeth.

Inversion: abnormal condition in which an organ is turned inward or inside out (as when the upper part of the uterus is pulled into the cervical canal after childbirth).

Medulla Spinalis: a major part of the central nervous system which conducts sensory and motor nerve impulses to and from the brain; a long tubelike structure extending from the base of the brain through the vertebral canal to the upper lumbar region.

Caul: the inner membrane of embryos in higher vertebrates (especially when covering the head at birth).

Shark: any of numerous elongate mostly marine carnivorous fishes with heterocercal caudal fins and tough skin covered with small toothlike scales.

Eyeball: the ball-shaped capsule containing the vertebrate eye.

Abdomen: the region of the body of a vertebrate between the thorax and the pelvis.

Peptic Ulcer: an ulcer of the mucous membrane lining of the alimentary tract.

Polydactyl: of or relating to a person (or other vertebrate) having more than the normal number of digits.

Tetrapod: a vertebrate animal having four feet or legs or leglike appendages.

Agnathan: eel-shaped vertebrate without jaws or paired appendages including the cyclostomes and some extinct forms.

Heterostraci: extinct group of armored jawless fishes or fish-like vertebrate; taxonomy is not clear.

Headfish: among the largest bony fish; pelagic fish having an oval compressed body with high dorsal fins and caudal fin reduced to a rudder-like lobe; worldwide in warm waters.

Cerebellum: a major division of the vertebrate brain; situated above the medulla oblongata and beneath the cerebrum in humans.

Fetus: an unborn or unhatched vertebrate in the later stages of development showing the main recognizable features of the mature animal.

Reptile: any cold-blooded vertebrate of the class Reptilia including tortoises, turtles, snakes, lizards, alligators, crocodiles, and extinct forms.

Pelvic Fin: either of a pair of fins attached to the pelvic girdle in fishes that help control the direction of movement; correspond to hind limbs of a land vertebrate.

Mammal: any warm-blooded vertebrate having the skin more or less covered with hair; young are born alive except for the small subclass of monotremes and nourished with milk.

Blood Platelet: tiny bits of protoplasm found in vertebrate blood; essential for blood clotting.

Hip: the structure of the vertebrate skeleton supporting the lower limbs in humans and the hind limbs or corresponding parts in other vertebrates.

Rickettsia: any of a group of very small rod-shaped bacteria that live in biting arthropods (as ticks and mites) and cause disease in vertebrate hosts; they cause typhus and other febrile diseases in human beings.

Ship Canal: a canal large enough for seagoing vessels.

Canalisation: the production of a canal or a conversion to canals.

Flesh: the soft tissue of the body of a vertebrate: mainly muscle tissue and fat.

Stenosed: abnormally constricted body canal or passage.

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