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Classification of one plant and one animal species from domain to species

Plant

K- plantae
P- angiospermsphyta
C- monocotyledoneae
O- palmales
F- arecacea
G- Phoenix
S- dactylifera

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External recognition features of bryophytes, filicinophytes, coniferophytes, angiospermophytes:

Bryophytes: mosses, liverworts and hornworts

Vegetative organs- no true roots, some with simple stems and leaves
Vascular tissue- no xylem or phloem
Cambium- no cambium, no true trees and shrubs
Pollen- pollen is not produced
Ovules- no ovaries or ovules
Seeds- no seeds
Fruits - no fruits

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External recognition features of bryophytes, filicinophytes, coniferophytes, angiospermophytes:

Filicinophytes- ferns

Vegetative organs- roots, stems and leaves are usually present
Vascular tissue- xylem and phloem are both present
Cambium- no cambium, no trees and shrubs
Pollen- pollen is not produced
Ovules- no ovaries and ovules
Seeds- no seeds
Fruits- no fruits

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External recognition features of bryophytes, filicinophytes, coniferophytes, angiospermophytes:

Coniferophyta- conifers

Vegetative organs- roots stems and leaves are usually present
Vascular tissue- xylem and phloem are both present
Cambium- present allowing secondary development in roots to trees and shrubs
Pollen - pollen is produced in male cones
Ovules- produced in female cones
Seeds- produced and dispersed
Druits- no fruits

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External recognition features of bryophytes, filicinophytes, coniferophytes, angiospermophytes:

Angiospermophyta- flowering plants

Vegetative organs- roots, stems and leaves are usually present
Vascular tissue- xylem and phloem are both present
Cambium- present
Pollen- produced in anthers in flowers
Ovules- enclosed inside ovaries
Seeds- produced and dispersed
Fruits- produced for dispersal of seeds

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Recognition features of Porifera, Cnidaria, Platyhelminthes, Annelids, mollusca, athropoda and Chordata

Porifera: - sponges

Mouth/ anus- nope
Symmetry- none
Skeleton- internal spicules
Other- many pores over surface throug which water is drawn in for filter feeding

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Recognition features of Porifera, Cnidaria, Platyhelminthes, Annelids, mollusca, athropoda and Chordata

Cnidaria- jelly fish

Mouth/anis- mouth only
Symmetry- radical
Skeleton- soft
Other- tentacles arrange in rings around the mouth with stinging cells

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Recognition features of Porifera, Cnidaria, Platyhelminthes, Annelids, mollusca, athropoda and Chordata

Platyhelminthes - worms

Mouth/anus- mouth only
Symmetry- bilateral
Skeleton- soft with no skeleton
Others- flat and thin bodies in shave of a ribbon

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Recognition features of Porifera, Cnidaria, Platyhelminthes, Annelids, mollusca, athropoda and Chordata

Mollusca- snails

Mouth/anus- yes
Symmetry - bilateral
Skeleton- most have she'll
Other- a fold in body wall called the mantel secreted the shell

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Recognition features of Porifera, Cnidaria, Platyhelminthes, Annelids, mollusca, athropoda and Chordata

Annelids- leeches

Mouth/anus - yes
Symmetry- bilateral
Skeleton- internal cavity with fluid under pressure
Other- bodies made up of many ring shapes segments

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Recognition features of Porifera, Cnidaria, Platyhelminthes, Annelids, mollusca, athropoda and Chordata

Anthropoda- insects

Mouth/ anus- yes
Symmetry- bilateral
Skeleton- external skeleton made of plates of chitin
Other- segmented bodies and legs

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Recognition of features of birds, mammals, amphibians, reptiles and fish :

Fish

Skin- scales
Airways- gills
Limbs- no limbs
Arms/legs- find
Reproduction- eggs and sperm released for external fertilisation
Eggs- remain in water throughout their life cycle
Teeth- swim bladder contains gas for buoyancy
Body temp- don't maintain constant body temp

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Recognition of features of birds, mammals, amphibians, reptiles and fish :

Amphibians

Skin- soft most skin
Airways- lungs
Limbs- tetrapods with pendatcyl limbs
Legs- four legs when an adult
Reproduction- eggs and sperm released for external fertilisation
Eggs- larval stage Liv in water and adult on land
Teeth- eggs coated in projective jelly
Body temp- don't maintain constant body temp

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Recognition of features of birds, mammals, amphibians, reptiles and fish :

Reptiles

Skin- scales
Airway- lungs
Limbs- tetrapods with pentadactyl limbs
Legs- four legs
Fertilisation- sperm passed into the female for I internal fertilisation
Eggs- female lays eggs with soft shel
Teeth- teeth all one type
Body temp- do not maintain constant body temp

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Recognition of features of birds, mammals, amphibians, reptiles and fish :

Birds

Skin- feathers
Airway- lungs
Limbs- pendatcyl limbs
Legs- to legs and two wings
Ferilization- sperm passed onto the female for internal fertilisation
Eggs- female lays eggs with hard shells
Mouth- beak but no teeth
Body temp- maintain constant body temp

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Recognition of features of birds, mammals, amphibians, reptiles and fish :

Mammals

Skin- follicles with hair
Airways- lungs
Limbs- pentadactyl limbs
Legs- four legs or two legs two arms
FerTilization- sperm passed into the female for internal fertilisation
Eggs- give birth to live young
Teeth- fjfferent types
Body temp- maintain constant

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Classification of one plant and one animal species from domain to species

Animal:

K- animalia
P- chordata
C- mammalia
I- Carnivora
F- canidae
G- canis
A- lupus

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