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Classification Symmetry Body Direction
Classification of Humans KingdomAnimalia PhylumChordata ClassMammalia OrderPrimates FamilyHominidae GenusHomo Speciessapiens
Classification of Dogs KingdomAnimalia PhylumChordata ClassMammalia OrderCarnivora FamilyCanidae GenusCanis Speciesfamiliaris
Animal Symmetry Asymmetryno central axis or point Example: sponge
Animal Symmetry Bilateral symmetryanimal has identical right and left images Example: crayfish
Animal Symmetry Radial symmetryany plane passing through the center of animal produces identical mirror images Example: sea star
Terms of Direction in the Body Aboralend opposite the mouth Oralend containing the mouth
Body Direction Anteriorhead end Posteriortail end
Body Direction Caudaltoward the tail Cephalictoward the head
Body Direction Distalaway from the point of attachment of a structure on the body (toes are distal to the knee)
Body Direction Proximaltoward the point of attachment of a structure on the body (hip is proximal to the knee)
Body Direction Dorsalback of an animal
Body Direction Ventralbelly of an animal
Body Direction Inferiorbelow a point of reference (mouth is inferior to the nose)
Body Direction Superiorabove a point of reference (the neck is superior to the chest)
Body Direction Lateralaway from the plane that divides a bilateral animal into mirror images
Body Direction Medial (median)on or near the plane that divides a bilateral animal into mirror images
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