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Megha Suresh
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  1. ANIMALIA PART 3


  2. AMPHIBIA The animals belonging to this group do not have scales. They have a three-chambered heart. These organisms respire either through their gills or lungs. They lay eggs to give birth to their young ones. These animals are found both in water and on FROG land. Examples of animals belonging to this group are Frogs, toads and salamanders


  3. REPTILIA These animals belonging to this group are cold-blooded. These animals have scales in their body. They breathe through their lungs. Most of the animals of this group have a three-chambered heart but crocodiles have four chambered heart.


  4. They lay eggs with tough coverings to give birth to their young ones They do not need to lay their eggs in water, unlike amphibians. Cobra Turtle Lizard Examples of animals belonging to this group are Snakes, turtles, lizards and crocodiles.


  5. AVES The animals belonging to this group are warm-blooded. They have a four-chambered heart They breathe through lungs. They lay eggs to give birth to their young ones Duck Sparrow White stork - These animals have an outside layer of feathers. Crow They also characterized by two forelimbs, toothless beaked jaws, and are adapted to fly Birds belong to this group.


  6. MAMMALIA The animals belonging to this group are warm-blooded. They have a four-chambered heart. - They are characterized by mammary gland that produces milk to nourish their young, hairy skin, sweat and oil glands. All the animals and human beings giving birth to their young ones are called mammals.


  7. Animals Tissue level of Cellular level of organisalion Portfera No body cavity between Coelenterata. Platyhelnainthes Mesodermal cls Erom a single cell during growth of the embeyy Coclonn formed from pouches pinched of froma the endoderm No notochord Chordata Notochord replaced by vertebral column in adults in at least larval orms, bat very rudimentary Gills in larvaxkeleton scales, endoskeleton ungs in most of scales, laying of feathers layof hair external of bone/cartlage. breathing throuph s achalts siny ggs outsade s outside cars, mostly waler waler, nighi possible gving barth to live young akin Pisces teptilia Aves


  8. NOMENCLATURE he process of classification led to the creation of scientific names of the anim


  9. Certain rules have to be followed to write the scientific names of animals: The name of the genus begins with a capital letter. Kingdom: Plantae Diviion: Angiospermae Class: Dicotyledonae Order: Sapindales Familv: Anacardiaceae Genus: Mangifera Species: indica The name of the species begins with a small letter. When printed, the scientific name is given in italics. . When written by hand, the genus name and the species name have to be underlined separately.


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