Segmentation in biology refers to the division of some metazoan bodies and plant body plans into a series of semi-repetitive segments, and the question of the benefits and costs of doing so. Plants are living Organisms belonging to the kingdom Plantae. As such, segmentation is related to the more general concept of modularity. Many organisms consist of modules, both anatomically and in their Metabolism.
Examples of segmented animals are the annelids and arthropods. The annelids, collectively called Annelida (from Latin anellus "little ring" are a large phylum of Animals comprising Arthropods are Animals belonging to the Phylum Arthropoda (from Greek ἄρθρον arthron, " Joint " However it does not exist in cnidarians. Vertebrae are also inherited in a segmented way, making it easy for those animals to adapt to have the correct number of these spinal cord segments in the vertebral column. A vertebra (plural vertebrae) is an individual Irregular bone in the spinal or Vertebral column ( aka ischis a flexuous and flexible column The spinal cord is a long thin tubular bundle of Nerves that is an extension of the Central nervous system from the brain and is enclosed in and protected In Human anatomy, the vertebral column ( backbone or spine) is a column of 34 Vertebrae the Sacrum, Intervertebral This has been extensively studied in mice. A mouse (plural mice) is a small Animal that belongs to one Among plants, the horsetails are a clear example of segmentation. Equisetum is a genus of Vascular plants that reproduce by spores rather than seeds
Segmentation allows for a high degree of specialization of bodily regions. This regional specialization is seen to some degree in annelids, but is an evolutionary development of the body plan of arthropods.
The process of establishing such a segmented body pattern is discussed in morphogenesis. MOrphogenesis is an EP by Industrial Black metal band.And Oceans.