ii The body temperature of cold-blooded animals changes with their environment.C)
Ways of movement
i This involves the organ and the mechanism for movement.D)
The nature of body surface
i The body covering of an organisms is influenced by its environment.E)
i Breathing mechanism differs in animals living on land or in water.F)
Type of fertilization
i This involves external or internal fertilization.
1.Animals that do not have backbones are called invertebrates such asearthworm, cockroach, prawn, mosquito, ect.2.Most of the invertebrates have small and simple body structures.3.Some invertebrates obtain support from HYDROSTATIC SKELETON thatis the fluid inside their body. The pressure applied by the fluid towards theinner part of the skin gives support and shape to the animal.4.Some invertebrates have exoskeletons.5.Invertebrates are divided into 2 groups.a) Invertebrates that have jointed legsb) Invertebrates that do not have jointed legsInfo>>Jointed legs: 3, 4 or more than 4 of jointed legs.No jointed legs: Worm-like invertebrates and non-worm-like invertebrates.
Invertebrates with jointed legs
1. Their body is divided into many parts called segments.2.
Their body is protected by a hard exoskeleton.
INVERTEBRATES WITHOUT JOINTED LEGS
Animals in this group consists of: a) worm-like invertebratesi Some of them have segmented body whilesome do not have segmented bodyii Some examples are flatworm and earthworm.b) Non-worm-like invertebratesi Some examples are jellyfish, snail and starfish.