Classification

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  • Classification
    • Animals
      • Phylum Arthropods
        • Class Crustaceans
          • +8 legs
          • Not centi/milipedes
          • Gills
        • Class Insects
          • 6 legs Joined
          • 2 pairs wings
          • Trachea
        • Class Myriapods
          • Many Segments
          • Jointed legs
        • Class Arachnids
          • 8 legs
          • Gills
        • Exoskeleton
        • Several pairs of Jointed legs
      • Phylum Vertebrates
        • Fish
          • Live in water
          • Scaly Skin
          • Gills
          • Fins
        • Reptile
          • Eggs-waterproof shell
          • Scaly skin
        • Amphibians
          • Moist, scale-less skin
          • eggs laid in water
          • Lives on Land
          • Larva has gills
          • Adult has lungs
        • Mammals
          • hair/ fur
          • placenta
          • feed on mammary gland
          • homeothermic
          • diaphragm
          • different types of teeth
        • Birds
          • Feathers
          • Wings
          • Hard shell
          • Homeothermic
          • Beak
      • Phylum Annelids
        • Ring-like segments
        • Worms
      • Phylum molluscs
        • Soft, unsegmented bodies
        • Shell
      • Phylum  Nematodes
        • Unsegmented bodies
        • Long, Thin
    • Plants
      • Roots, stems, leaves
      • xylem, pholem
      • seeds
      • ovary
      • Monocotyledonous
        • Parallel veins
        • one cotyledon
      • Dicotyledonous
        • branching veins
        • Broad
        • two cotyledons
    • Viruses
      • Live of other living cells
      • RNA surrounded by protein
    • Bactera
      • Unicellular
      • no nucleus
      • cell walls
    • Fungi
      • Multicellular
      • nuclei
      • no chlorophyll
      • saprophytic

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