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Animal kingdom Mnemonics 1

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Animal Kingdom Mnemonics1

Invertebrates:

PHYLUM PORIFERA (SPONGES):

Examples: Spongilla, Euspongia, Sycon

Mnemonic: Sponges Pores? – All Your Sides.
  • Pore – Porifera
  • All – Spongilla
  • Your – Euspongia,
  • Sides – Sycon.

PHYLUM COELENTERATA (CNIDARIA):

Examples: Physalia, Obelia, Meandrina, Adamsia, Aurelia, Gorgonia, Pennatula, Hydra.

Mnemonic: Physics Objective exams Mein Adam Aur George Ne Pen Hide kiya.
  • Physics – Physalia
  • Objective – Obelia
  • Mein – Meandrina
  • Adam – Adamsia
  • Aur – Aurelia
  • George – Gorgonia
  • Ne – Cnidaria
  • Pen Pennatula
  • Hide – Hydra.

PHYLUM PLATYHELMINTHES:

Examples: Taenia, Planaria, Fasciola.

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Mnemonic: Teeno ki Planning Fail hui.
  • Teeno – Taenia
  • Planning – Planaria
  • Fail – Fasciola

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5 comments

Anonymous Fictó October 14, 2018 - 9:01 pm

Thanku guyZ! You are bliss in disguise!!!!

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Ramneet Kaur October 14, 2018 - 9:08 pm

Welcome

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Anish Rajput November 11, 2018 - 3:03 pm

Hii. .
I’m dropper and in Aakash Janakpuri want to know that what to follow for aiims..
Aakash package or NCERT is sufficient..
Plz guide me as you were ex-aakashian.
There r many extra stuffs in package of aakash of zoology and botany..
What to follow.
You can also recommend some reference book too

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Ramneet Kaur November 11, 2018 - 3:53 pm

Hi… concentrate on ncert both old and new and practice assertion reason as much as possible… clear all concepts of ncert, examples and diagrams of ncert… no need of any reference book if your concepts are clear

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Anish Rajput November 11, 2018 - 4:02 pm

Hii. .As you were an aakashian and very well known about package of aakash. .I want to know that r these extra stuffs given in Packages r going to help us in our neet and aiims exam respectively..
&which book I should follow for assertion & reason practicing..
And what’s the value of NCERT chem in neet exam..
Thanks for your previous reply 😊😊

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