Kingdom Animalia 101: big list of the animal kingdom classification of phyla

R.H. Whittaker created five kingdoms.He classified organisms according to their cell structure, mode and source of nutrition.The kingdoms proposed by Whittaker are Monera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae and Animalia.The animal kingdom is called Kingdom Animalia.

All animals are from Kingdom Animalia.The largest kingdom is the animal kingdom.Animals are multicellular.Unlike plants, they do not have a cell wall.The animal kingdom has a Heterotrophic mode of nutrition.Kingdom Animalia is classified into ten different subphyla based on their body design.

There are organisms with holes.They are called Sponges.The poriferan has features.

The Greek word for hollow-bellied is what inspired the term Coelenteratais.Their features are listed.

The word arthropod means jointed legs.Animals with jointed appendages are part of this phylum.This is the largest species in the animal kingdom.Other features include:

The Greek words echinos and derma are related to the term Echinodermata.Echinoderms are spiny-skinned.

You can learn more about the animal kingdom with video lessons.

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It would help us to score good marks in exams by learning new concepts on Kingdom Animalia.