Animalia

(an″ĭ-mā′lē-ă)
[L. animalia, pl of animal, animal]
In taxonomy, the kingdom of unicellular and multicellular eukaryotic organisms that require oxygen and organic foods, are incapable of photosynthesis, have limited growth, and are capable of voluntary movement and sensation.
SEE: kingdom; SEE: Plantae

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