Asymmetry, Radial Symmetry, and Bilateral symmetry.
Parallelogram symmetry such as a rectangular square, which door is a specialparallelogram.
Yes but they have different kinds of symmetry. Y has lateral symmetry while N has rotational symmetry.
They're from different lineages. The closer the relatives, the more they share the same symmetry.
Bilateral symmetry. All vertebrae are bilateral symmetry.
All vertebrates have bilateral symmetry.
Bilateral symmetry. All humans have bilateral symmetry.
There are three kinds of symmetries for a cube: planes of symmetry, lines of symmetry and a center of symmetry.A cube has:9 planes of symmetry13 lines of symmetry1 center of symmetry (at the center of the cube)
All the kingdoms have symmetry.
At the very least, define the term, write about different kinds of symmetry, and give examples of each. You might also add how symmetry is used in the real world.
Symmetry in animals is something that is very important. It is a big part of classification in animals. Nearly all multi-cellular organisms exhibit one or other type of symmetry such as radial or bilateral. For more on this see the source.