The steps to classify the specimen are:
(i) Classify level of organization: Classify the arrangement of cells in cellular and tissue level organization.
(ii) Symmetry: Classify the organism as radial or bilateral symmetry.
(iii) Classify Diploblastic or triploblastic organization
(iv) Presence or absence of body cavity
(v) Type of coelom development
(vi) Classify segmentation
(vii) Differentiate the presence or absence of notochord.Answered by Pragya Singh | 1 year ago
Prepare a list of some animals that are found parasitic on human beings.
Match the following:
|Column I||Column II|
|(a) Operculum||(i) Ctenophora|
|(b) Parapodia||(ii) Mollusca|
|(c) Scales||(iii) Porifera|
|(d) Comb plates||(iv) Reptilia|
|(e) Radula||(v) Annelida|
|(f) Hairs||(vi) Cyclostomata and Chondrichthyes|
|(g) Choanocytes||(vii) Mammalia|
|(h) Gill slits||(viii) Osteichthyes|
Segmentation in the body is first observed in which of the following:
Could the number of eggs or young ones produced by an oviparous and viviparous mother be equal? Why?
What are the modifications that are observed in birds that help them fly?