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Lab: Identifying Symmetry in Kingdom Animalia

Lab:  Identifying Symmetry in Kingdom Animalia
Lab:  Identifying Symmetry in Kingdom Animalia
Lab:  Identifying Symmetry in Kingdom Animalia
Lab:  Identifying Symmetry in Kingdom Animalia
Lab:  Identifying Symmetry in Kingdom Animalia
Lab:  Identifying Symmetry in Kingdom Animalia
Lab:  Identifying Symmetry in Kingdom Animalia
Lab:  Identifying Symmetry in Kingdom Animalia
Product Description
The purpose of this lab is to identify types of body symmetry that may be found in the Kingdom Animalia. The types of symmetry that will be discussed are Bilateral, Radial, and Asymmetry (No Symmetry). Radial symmetry is similar to a bicycle wheel or pizza, in that the organism has body parts which repeat around a central axis. Bilateral symmetry occurs when only a single imaginary plane can divide the body or object into two equal halves with a distinct right and left side. Asymmetry is neither radial or bilateral
Total Pages
4 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
2 hours
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