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Biology Presentation- The animalia kingdom

Biology Presentation
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Max Riddings

on 22 September 2013

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Transcript of Biology Presentation- The animalia kingdom

Biology
By George Kellingley, Max Riddings, Michael Delany, Sachin Suseelan and Osaid Adil
Characteristics of organisms within the animal Kingdom
The Animal Kingdom
An example of an organism-
A horse
Key anatomical features of organisms within the animal kingdom
Movement- All living things move, even plants
Respiration- Getting energy from food
Sensitivity- Detecting changes in the surroundings
Homeostasis- maintaining internal conditions
Growth- All living things grow
Reproduction- Making more living things of the same type
Excretion- Getting rid of waste
Nutrition- Taking in and using food
Motile
Multicellular
Heterotrophic
Eukaryotic
Specialized sense organs
What is it to be 'Alive'?
H
omeostasis
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INFO for presenters
animals:
-----Mammals: monkeys, dogs, kangaroos, walruses, and whales.
-----Birds: ducks, chickens, ostriches, seagulls, finches, and parrots.
-----Reptiles: snakes, lizard, alligator, and turtle.
-----Amphibians: frogs and salamanders.
-----fish: sharks, guppies, salmon, tuna, and catfish
-----insects: beetles, butterflies, flies, cockroach, and grasshoppers.
-----arachnids: spiders, ticks, mites, and scorpions
-----Mollusk: Octopus, snail, and squid

Description of the 'Animal' kingdom
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