Tag Archives: Living Oragnisms

Comparison Chart of Monocots And Dicots

Today on our Biology class we saw the differences between Monocots and Dicots, then we made a chart showing the differences using the information on our books and a presentation showed in class. Down here is the chart we made.

Features

Monocot

Dicot

Number of flower plants

3 or multiples

4 or 5

Roots

Branching Root System Fibrous roots

Tap Root System Long main root

Veins

Parallel

Net-like, branching

Shape of leaves

No Petiole
Straped shape/narrow

Have a petiole broad

Number of cots

1

2

Characteristics of Kingdom Animals (Phylum Invertebrates – Group Arthropods)

Today in our Biology class we followed the instructions of our teacher and we complete the table below with the information of our books from pages 11 and 12. Down here is the link to the chart we made.

Class

Habitat

Legs

Wings

Antennae

Body % into

Insects

Land living

3 pairs

2 Pairs

1 Pair

Head, thorax, abdomen

Crustacean s

Wet places

More than 4 pairs

Absent

2 Pairs

Cephaloth and abdomen

Arachnids

Land dwelling

4 pairs

Absent

Absent

Cephaloth and abdomen

Myriapods

Land living

1 pair in each segment

Absent

1 Pair

Many segments

Characteristics of Kingdom Animals (Phyllum Vertebrates)

Today on the Biology class our teacher, Cecilia Adem, asked us to follow her instructions on the whiteboard and post the information on our Blogs. We used the information of pages 9 and 10 from our Biology books. Down here is the chart we made in class by the information of the books.

Biology Chart

Class Skin Gills or Lungs Limbs Eggs Ears
Fish

(Cold blooded)

Scaly Skin Have Gills Have Fins Eggs laid in water Absent but lateral line senses vibration
Amphibia

(Cold blooded)

Scale-Less Skin The larva has gills, the adult has lungs Have legs Eggs laid in water, larva lives in water Visible Ear, present inside the head
Reptiles

(Cold blooded)

Scaly Skin Have Lungs Most reptiles have limbs, others don’t Lay eggs on land with rubbery shells, then they get harder, waterproof Don’t have very visible ears, very small
Birds

(Warm blooded)

Body covered with feathers Have Lungs Wings (forelimbs), 1 pair of legs Lay eggs with hard shells Have eardrums
Mammals

(Warm blooded)

Body has hair Lungs 2 pairs No eggs Present, Ear pinnae present