Metamorphosis is a biological process used to develop an animal physically after birth. Changes include cell growth and differentiation which is controlled by hormones synthesized by endocrine glands. Metamorphosis is iodothyronine-induced and an ancestral feature of chordates and the word derives from Greek.
Types of Metamorphosis:
· Complete Metamorphosis: In this process larva completely changes into adult. Example- butterfly
· In complete Metamorphosis: In this process only some parts of the animals body change during metamorphosis. Example-Cockroaches, grasshoppers.
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