anonymous
  • anonymous
Why should scientists consider both the adult body plan of an animal and its pattern of embryological development when classifying an animal? Use an example to support your explanation.
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i dont remember.. look up each one seperatly in google
anonymous
  • anonymous
@lala2 i did. thanks anyways.:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
I believee it's because the bod plan of an animal and the pattern of embryological development can come from two or more different groups not just one so to place it in the right group it must look at the details more carefully, hope this helped

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@callie2240 thanks. :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
No problem :) glad I could help

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