Ancestral unicellular organism, Biology

Ancestral Unicellular Organism

So far in this unit we have considered the characteristic of body designs that are shared by various animals and the different body plans that distinguish major groups of animals. We can now use those characteristics to group and classify the animals as given in the accompanying chart.

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