Saturday, February 18, 2012

Some Important Connecting Links


Link
Between the groups
1.    Actinomycetes
Bacteria & Fungi
2.    Archaeopteryx
Reptiles & Birds
3.    Balanoglossus
Chordates & Non-chordates
4.    Chimera (Rabbit fish/Ratfish)
Cartilaginous & Bony fishes
5.    Club moss
Bryophytes & Pteridophytes
6.    Ctenophora
Coelenterates & Platyhelminthes
7.    Cycas
Pteridophytes & Gymnosperms
8.    Echidna (Spiny ant eater)
Reptiles & Mammals
9.     Euglena
Animals & Plants
10. Gnetum
Gymnosperms & Angiosperms
11. Hornworts
Protista & Bryophytes
12. Latimeria
Pisces & Amphibia
13. Myxomycetes
Protista & Fungi
14. Neopilina
Annelida & Mollusca
15. Ornithorhynchus (Duck billed platypus)
Reptiles & Mammals
16. Peripatus (walking worm)
Annelida & Arthropoda
17. Proterospongia
Protozoa& Porifera
18. Protopterus (Lung fishes)
Bony fishes & Amphibia
19. Rickettsia
Virus & Bacteria
20. Seymouria
Amphibia& Reptiles
21. Sphenodon (Living fossil lizard)
Amphibia & Reptilia
22. Tornaria larva
Echinodermata & Chordata
23. Trochophore larva
Annelida & Mollusca
24. Virus
Living & non-living
25. Xenoturbella
Protozoa & Metazoa


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  5. How neopilina is connecting link between annelida and mollusca

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  6. Why plataus known as a connecting link between mamals and bird?

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