Example of aschelminthes

Phylum Aschelminthes

Phylum Aschelminthes In phylum Aschelminthes, the organisms also called roundworms because the body is circular in cross-section. These organisms are endoparasites. They are cylindrical, unsegmented, and triploblastic animals. Characteristics Features of Aschelminthes: Habitat– These animals existing as free-living, aquatic, and terrestrial or may be found as a parasite in plants Read more…

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phylum of porifera

Phylum – Porifera

Phylum – Porifera – (Pore- bearing) Porifera: these are commonly known as sponges. These consisting the most primitive multicellular animals. These are pore-bearing animals, the body does not consist of organs. the porifers can regenerate their lost parts. The phylum includes around 5ooo species. These are the first multicellular animals. Read more…

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Diploblastic and triploblastic organisation basis of animal classification

Animal kingdom – Classification

Animal kingdom – Classification The kingdom is the second-highest taxonomic rank below the domain. Under the kingdom Animalia, the multicellular,  eukaryotic organisms with few exceptions are placed. Basis of Classification Some common features are used as the basis of the classification of animals. These are common to many individuals related Read more…

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Plant kingdom- Angiosperms

Plant kingdom-Angiosperms

Angiosperms (Angios- vessel, sperma- seeds) Angiosperms are flowering plants, in which the flower is developed by ovule and pollen grain. Seeds found always enclosed in fruits in angiosperms. These are the most familiar plant-like mango, peas, coconut, wheat, and rice. The angiosperms diversified extensively during the Early Cretaceous (Cenozoic era), Read more…

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life cycle - gymnosperm

Plant kingdom-Gymnosperms

Gymnosperms: The gymnosperms are spermatophytes i.e. seed-producing plants. The Gymnosperms (Gymno: naked, Sperma-seed) are the form of a plant in which the ovules are not enclosed by the ovary wall. Ovule remains uncovered i.e. naked before and after fertilization. After fertilization, developed seeds are also naked. the smallest group of Read more…

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