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Biological classification is the method of grouping organisms into different categories in a hierarchical order based on their similarities and differences. Organisms are classified to… Read More
All the living organisms on earth are grouped together according to their similarities, dissimilarities and phylogenetic order. The scientific method of arranging organisms into different… Read More
Every living organism on earth breathes, including plants, animals, and microbes. The breaking of C-C bonds of the complex compounds through oxidation in the cell,… Read More
The animal kingdom is the first kingdom in the 5-kingdom classification which includes all the animals and this kingdom has a wide range of diversity… Read More
The naturally inorganic nutrients found in food and soil that are necessary for the healthy operation of an animal or plant’s body are known as… Read More
The basic structural and functional unit of life is the cell. It is responsible for performing essential functions of life. All organisms, including plants, and… Read More
The intake of air rich in oxygen present in the environment and the release of air rich in carbon dioxide produced within the body is… Read More
Organisms are classified into different categories based on their criteria. The animal kingdom is one of those classifications. The animal kingdom is also called “Animalia”.… Read More
Animals are those organisms that are eukaryotic, multicellular, and heterotrophic in their mode of nutrition. Animal cells do not have cell walls. Except for a… Read More
We require food on a daily basis. Food provides us with nutrients that help in growth, repair and immunity. The major nutrients of food are… Read More
Each living creature existing in the world of earth wipes out its body squander and other abundance squander in various ways. Excretion is a fundamental… Read More
Different synthetic substances, including, water, chemicals, and natural solutes are moved by plants in little good ways (starting with one cell then onto the next)… Read More
Growth is necessary for life. Growth in plants or in any other organisms includes an increase in size which is irreversible. In other words,  growth… Read More
Taxonomic hierarchy is also called Linnaean hierarchy because it was first proposed by Linnaeus. Hierarchy of categories is the classification of organisms in a definite… Read More
Animals are multicellular eukaryotic organisms that belong to the Kingdom Animalia. Every animal has distinct traits. They get their energy either from plants or from… Read More

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