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Nailed To Our Crosses - Cloaca / Recidive (2) - Cloaca / Recidive (Vinyl)


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  1. Cloaca, (Latin: “sewer”), in vertebrates, common chamber and outlet into which the intestinal, urinary, and genital tracts open. It is present in amphibians, reptiles, birds, elasmobranch fishes (such as sharks), and monotremes. A cloaca is not present in placental mammals or in most bony fishes.
  2. Cloaca (kloh-AY-kah; from Latin, a sewer): the combined opening of the digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems of many vertebrates, including monotremes, birds, fish and reptiles; also in some invertebrates. In birds, urine and feces from the digestive tube, and sperm and eggs from the reproductive organs, all pass out of the body through a common passage, the cloaca.
  3. Cloaca definition is - sewer. 2 a [New Latin, from Latin]: the common chamber into which the intestinal and urogenital tracts discharge especially in monotreme mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and elasmobranch fishes also: a comparable chamber of an invertebrate.
  4. Cloaca. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. In marsupials (and a few birds), the genital tract is separate from the anus, but a trace of the original cloaca does remain externally. This is one of the features of marsupials (and monotremes) that suggest their basal nature, as the amniotes from which mammals evolved possessed a cloaca, and the earliest animals to diverge into the mammalian.
  5. Cloaca Split with Recidive, released 10 June 1. Nailed to Our Crosses 2. Domestic Class War 3. Misery (Bastard Cover) 3 tracks from our upcoming split with Recidive (Metz, Fr).. The cloaca is the endpoint of three systems: the renal, reproductive, and GI systems. Prolapse, or eversion, of the cloaca can also involve any of these systems.
  6. A cloaca is the opening in an organism that serves multiple functions. In birds and reptiles, for example, the cloaca is where urine and feces are discharged and the receptacle for sex and egg laying.
  7. ‘After males deposit spermatophores onto the cloaca of females, up to eggs are laid on mud near water.’ ‘Unlike we humans, the chicken has a single sexual and excretory orifice, the cloaca.’ ‘The bursa of Fabricius is an organ located just beside the cloaca.’.
  8. cloaca definition: noun pl. -·cae· or -·cas 1. a sewer or cesspool 2. Zool. 3. the cavity into which both the intestinal and the genitourinary tracts empty in reptiles, birds, amphibians, and many fishes 4. in some invertebrates, a sim.

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