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NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Zoology | Animal Kingdom
  • true coelom first exist in the course of evolution? annelids echinoderms molluscs chordata
Swikriti Agarwal
a year ago
  • annelida

NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Zoology | Animal Kingdom
  • Please solve...
NEETPrep student
2 years ago
  • but in the solutions its givn as the option b. i searched about it in google, and found that few sponges may exhibit radial symmetry.. but they havent mentioned if they are adult sponges
Nabeela Hameed
2 years ago | Zoology | Animal Kingdom
  • Animal ''Velamen'' belongs to which phylum?Does it emit light?

Shraddha
2 years ago
  • Ctenophora . Yes it emits light.

NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Zoology | Animal Kingdom
  • are all the members of super class pisces are real fishes?
NEETPrep student
2 years ago
  • Yes, super class pisces have all the real fishes.
NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Zoology | Animal Kingdom
  • what is the difference between cellular and acellular cells
NEETPrep student
2 years ago
  • Cellular have cytoplasmic membrane and divided into eukaryotes and prokaryotes. Acellular does not have cytoplasmic membrane and cellular organization for eg. Viruses, viroids etc.
Abdul Rehman
a year ago | Zoology | Animal Kingdom
  • In this topic given question phylum mollusca Q1-4rth option excreation by nephridia .is this correct

    Pls reply must

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NEETprep
a year ago
  • Yes. That is correct. Phylum mollusca have nephridia organ for excretion. 

Swikriti Agarwal
a year ago | Zoology | Animal Kingdom
  • Body does not show any segmentation in (1) Frog (3) Earthworm 4) Star fish/Hydra (2) Cockroach

    • I marked option 4 (hydra/starfish) but it showed that the right answer is cockroach please explain
NEETprep
a year ago
  • Yes. your answer is right. We have changed the correct answer now. 

Afiuzzaman
a year ago | Zoology | Animal Kingdom
AFIUZZAMAN SK
a year ago
  • Arthopods

HEENA KAUSER
a year ago | Zoology | Animal Kingdom
NEETprep
a year ago
  • Osmoregulation is a mechanism that regulates the optimum concentration of water and salts in the tissues and body fluids. It maintains the internal environment of the body by water and ionic concentration.

HEENA KAUSER
a year ago | Zoology | Animal Kingdom
NEETprep
a year ago
  • A living fossil is an existing taxon that closely resembles organisms otherwise known only from the fossil record.