Classes of life form, Biology

Classes of Life Form

The five life form classes are:

  • Phanerophytes,
  • Chamaephytes,
  • Hemicryptophytes,
  • Cryptophytes, and
  • Therophytes.

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Figure:  Raunkiaer's Life Forms: a) Phanerophytes, b) Chamaephytes, c) Hemicryptophytes, d) Cryptophytes, and  e) Therophytes.

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