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Anushka sharma

Nov 25, 2013

why are Bryophytes called the Amphibians of the plant kingdom?

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Amphibians are those organisms which live on both land and in water. Bryophytes are called amphibians of the plant kingdom because these plants though live in soil but they need water for...

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Adithyan Sanal

Feb 5, 2015


What is five kingdom classification? Explain.

The five king dom classification proposed by Whittaker have following kingdoms-
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2. Protista- contains all protozoa
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Lavisha

Dec 10, 2014

Write any five differences between crytogams and phanerogams.

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Cryptogamae: This sub-kingdom includes plants which do not flower in their life time.
*Plant body is not well differentiated into stem, leaves etc.
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Mragisha

Nov 26, 2014

What is the difference between endoskeleton and exoskeleton?

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An endoskeleton is the internal support of the structure of an organism.
*Endoskeleton in human beings is the structural framework of bones and cartilage. Our endoskeleton ...

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Atheena Ann

Nov 30, 2014

Bring out the differences between mammals and aves.

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Lalit Attarde

Nov 30, 2013

Why do we classify organisms and why is it required ?

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in order to understand oranism we classify them

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Apurbo Satapathy

Mar 20, 2015

Write a short note on binomial nomenclature. 

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Pranav

Jan 13, 2015

What are the differences between angiosperms and  gymnosperms?

most imp. 1.Angiosperms are seed producing flowering plants whose seeds are enclosed in embryo 2.Angiospermic flowers can be unisexual or bisexual . GYMNOSPERMS 1.Gymnosperms are seed producing non-flowering pl...

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Pratyasha Pattanayak

Nov 21, 2014

Bring out the main difference between cold blooded animals and warm blooded animals.

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Cold blooded animals are those animals which change their body temperature according to the changes in the environment. These are ectothermic animals or otherwise called as poikilothermic an...

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Apurbo Satapathy

Mar 20, 2015

Give definitions for the following terms (a) bilateral symmetry (b) coelom (c) triploblastic 

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Bilateral symmetry is the symmetry in which an organism is exactly divided into right and left halves by a single line of symmetry. e.g. Butterfly. The organisms which exhibit this ...

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Anushka sharma

Nov 25, 2013

why are Bryophytes called the Amphibians of the plant kingdom?

Answer.

Amphibians are those organisms which live on both land and in water. Bryophytes are called amphibians of the plant kingdom because these plants though live in soil but they need water for...

Answer (7)

Adithyan Sanal

Feb 5, 2015


What is five kingdom classification? Explain.

The five king dom classification proposed by Whittaker have following kingdoms-
1. Monera- have 2 subkingdoms= Archaebacteria & Eubacteria
2. Protista- contains all protozoa
3. Fungae-c...

Answer (7)

Lavisha

Dec 10, 2014

Write any five differences between crytogams and phanerogams.

Answer.

Cryptogamae: This sub-kingdom includes plants which do not flower in their life time.
*Plant body is not well differentiated into stem, leaves etc.
*Reproductive organs are ...

Answer (2)

Mragisha

Nov 26, 2014

What is the difference between endoskeleton and exoskeleton?

Answer.


An endoskeleton is the internal support of the structure of an organism.
*Endoskeleton in human beings is the structural framework of bones and cartilage. Our endoskeleton ...

Answer (2)

Atheena Ann

Nov 30, 2014

Bring out the differences between mammals and aves.

Answer.


Mammals are warm-blooded animals. Their skin is covered by hair, sweat glands and oil glands that regulate body temperature. Coelom in mammals is divided into per...

Answer (2)

Lalit Attarde

Nov 30, 2013

Why do we classify organisms and why is it required ?

Answer.

in order to understand oranism we classify them

Answer (3)

Apurbo Satapathy

Mar 20, 2015

Write a short note on binomial nomenclature. 

This answer has an image. Please click on the question to read more.

Answer (2)

Pranav

Jan 13, 2015

What are the differences between angiosperms and  gymnosperms?

most imp. 1.Angiosperms are seed producing flowering plants whose seeds are enclosed in embryo 2.Angiospermic flowers can be unisexual or bisexual . GYMNOSPERMS 1.Gymnosperms are seed producing non-flowering pl...

Answer (3)

Pratyasha Pattanayak

Nov 21, 2014

Bring out the main difference between cold blooded animals and warm blooded animals.

Sol:

Cold blooded animals are those animals which change their body temperature according to the changes in the environment. These are ectothermic animals or otherwise called as poikilothermic an...

Answer (2)

Apurbo Satapathy

Mar 20, 2015

Give definitions for the following terms (a) bilateral symmetry (b) coelom (c) triploblastic 

Sol:
Bilateral symmetry is the symmetry in which an organism is exactly divided into right and left halves by a single line of symmetry. e.g. Butterfly. The organisms which exhibit this ...

Answer (2)

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