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ANIMAL KINGDOM. Animal Kingdom is divided into 11 phylums. They are Protozoa Porifera Coelenterata Platyhelminthes Aschelminthes Annelida Arthropoda Mollusca Echinodermata Hemichordata Chordata Mammalia. PROTOZOA. Unicellular Parasite Reproduction by binary

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animal kingdom
ANIMAL KINGDOM
  • Animal Kingdom is divided into 11 phylums. They are
  • Protozoa
  • Porifera
  • Coelenterata
  • Platyhelminthes
  • Aschelminthes
  • Annelida
  • Arthropoda
  • Mollusca
  • Echinodermata
  • Hemichordata
  • Chordata
  • Mammalia
protozoa
PROTOZOA
  • Unicellular
  • Parasite
  • Reproduction by binary
  • Division,Multiple fission.

Ex-Amoeba,Parasite

porifera
PORIFERA
  • Multicellular
  • Canal system in body.
  • Both asexual and sexual

reproduction.

Ex-Spongila,Sycon.

coelenterata
COELENTERATA
  • Lives in colony.
  • Tentacles are present.
  • Mouth functions both for eating and excreating purpose.
  • Creates Coral reefs.
  • Ex-Sea anemone,

Hydra.

platyhelminthes
PLATYHELMINTHES
  • Multicellular
  • Bilateral symmetry in

body.

Bisexual.

Ex-Plannaria,Tapeworm

aschehelminthes
ASCHEHELMINTHES
  • Multicellular
  • Excreatory and Nervous system present.
  • Unisexual.
  • Sexual Reproduction.
  • Ex-Roundworm,

Hookworm.

annelida
ANNELIDA
  • Body divided into different segments.
  • Seta found.
  • Respiration by gill.
  • Nephridium found.
  • Unisexual or Bisexual.
  • Asexual and Sexual

reproduction.

  • Ex-Earthworm,Leech.
arthropoda
ARTHROPODA
  • Body divided into three parts.
  • Outer membrane made up of chitin.
  • Compound eye present.
  • Reproduction by gill.
  • Unisexual
  • Sexual Reproduction.
  • Ex-Prawn,Butterfly.
mollusca
MOLLUSCA
  • Body covered by cell.
  • U-shaped digestive system.
  • Redula found.
  • Unisexual.
  • Sexual Reproduction.
  • Ex-Octopus,Snail.
echinodermata
ECHINODERMATA
  • Body covered by spicules.
  • Tube feet found.
  • Nervous syster present.
  • Respiration by gill.
  • Unisexual.
  • Both asexual and sexual

Reproduction.

Ex- Starfish,Sea cucumber.

hemichordata
HEMICHORDATA
  • It has both character of chordata and vertebrata.
  • Body divided into three parts-
  • Proboscis,collar,trunk.
  • Unisexual.
  • Fertilisation occurs
  • outside the body.

Ex-Balanoglossus.

phylum chordata
The Phylum Chordata is again divided into 3 subphyla.they are:-

Eurochordata

Cephalochordata

Vertebrata

The subphyla Chordata is again divided into 7 classes.they are as follows:-

Cyclostomata

Chondrechthyes

Ostecichthyes

Amphibia

Reptilia

Aves

Mammalia

PHYLUM CHORDATA
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