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Important characteristics of Animal Life

There is a tremendous variety of animal life among the more than one million different species, yet all these exhibit some features in common...

Variety of animals life species kingdom animalia:

Everyone is familiar with many of our common animals and knows something about where and how they, live with the Variety of animals...

Phylum Chordata Characteristics and Classification

Characteristics of Phylum ChordataClassification of Chordata:3 Groups Linking to Vertebrates and Invertebrates:There are 3 groups of taxons that link vertebrates to invertebrates. These are...

Silk Worms Uses and its Types

Silk is another valuable product from the insect world. The silk is obtained as fine threads from the cocoons of various species of silkworms....

Mitochondria: Structure, Membrane, Diagram and Facts:

The mitochondria are filamentous or granular cytoplasmic organelles of all aerobic cells of higher animals and plants.They are also found in microorganisms including...

Difference Between Vertebrates and Invertebrates

Animals are broadly classified into two categories based on the presence of backbone (vertebrates) and they belong to kingdom animalia. They have well developed...

Earthworms: Features, Body Cavity, Nerves System, Digestive System, External Aperture

Earthworms are nocturnal animals. They lie in the burrows during the day and come out at night for food.Earthworms leave the burrow only...

Different Types of Phylum and Characteristics, Classes

The taxon, ‘Phylum’ is the largest group. There are several such Phyla constituting the animal kingdom.Members of a Phylum are recognized by certain...

Phylum Arthropoda: Characteristic, Classes and Overview:

An Arthropod is invertebrate animalPhylum: Arthropoda; Lar, 1904 Scientific name: Arthropoda Kingdom: Animalia Rank:...

Phylum Platyhelminthes: Characteristics, Digestion, Ferritization

The members of Phylum Platyhelminthes are dorsoventrally flattened. This phylum includes flatworms and they belong to kingdom Animalia and they are relatively simple bilaterian, unsegmented and soft...

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