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Overview and basis of classification-I (Lecture-1) (in Hindi)
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In this lecture i gave an overview about this course and describe different basis of classification of animal kingdom, level of organisation, symmetry etc.

Sandeep Singh Rao
#Qualifications : M.Sc. (Biotechnology),NET with AIR 75 #YouTube Channel 👉Biology By Sandeep Singh Rao #Experience : 4 Year teaching experie

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sir how can temp affect the instrument
Please focus on your voice... it's not clear
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vimal kumar kaan saaf karwaao apne 😆😄
Otherwise the video is okay
  1. ANIMAL KINGDOM Lecture -1

  2. OVERVIEW ANIMAL kINGDOm Basts Of Classification Levels of Osganisotion ymmetry Diploblastic and Triploblastc Orgnsation Coelom SegmentaH/on * *Notochord *Pattern op digestion *Circulatory syrtem Reprodye ive System

  3. OVERVIEW e Classification Of Animals : * Phylum- fera hylym Platyhelminthes * Phylhm -Aschelminthes x Phylm Annelida Phylum-Arthropod , Phylvm - Echinodesmata emichordeta x Phylum * phylvm chordato

  4. * Levels of Orggnis ation - All members of animal (Animalia) kingdom are levels of or qni sahon are present -n members F animal kinjdm Cellu)or Tissue a n Sy tem Leve l eve eve eve exampk -Spon^es Archelmnhes Cell Cell are avri Chordata TiKS el Some divism t bo occur qmhe ssue an an system

  5. * Symmetry. :- Symmetricarqm- when a plan divides the orgonjsinh +wo egu. halves than it is Symmetrical Animals are categorised on the basis of the x

  6. Asymmria Any plan hal the central a is lafe mmeh -> when any pan when the body of an assia hraugh the cental axis of he body divid,, does notoivide tAe ovgmicm into hba divided inh idenhical lept lyes and Y ght ha)ves in n) one plan Ctenaphore EchinoderMs Examplk Phhhelminhe to Chord t.

  7. posterior end dorsal side anterior end bilateral symmetry ventral side plane of symmetry planes of symmetry radial symmetry bilateral symmetry Asymmetry