Asked in Birds
What characteristics would you use to classify birds?
they have many characteristics such as feathers, vertebrates , they lay eggs,and their bones are lightweight and usually hollow ...
Asked in Taxonomy
How do the characteristics determine the biological classification of different organisms?
The answer is in the question. When the characteristics of one organism differ from that of another organism then its classification differs. The classifications depend on the characteristics. For example if one organism has no bones then it is classified with the other organisms that have no bones. If it also has a shell, then it is classified with others that have no bones but also have a shell. This tells us which family, or branch of that family, etcetera, right down to...
Asked in Science, Skeletal System
What are the characteristics of bones and how can you keep your bones strong and healthy?
Bones are complex living structures that undergo growth and development. Because your skeleton performs so many necessary functions, it is important to keep it healthy. A combination of a balanced diet and regular exercise are important for a lifetime of healthy bones. ...
Asked in Animal Life
What characteristics of the skeleton enables animals with bones to move?
Animals have joints which allow them to bend around, this is also helped by the fact they have muscles. ...
Asked in Clams Oysters and Scallops
What are the characteristics of a molluscs?
Molluscs are animals which have no backbone (invertebrates) and no exoskeleton. These include snails (they have an outer shell but it isn't an exoskeleton) slugs (no shell, no exoskeleton, no bones) octopuses (they have no bones. They aren't fish because all fish have bones.) Sea snails and periwinkles are just other types of snail. ...