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How do single-celled organisms move?

How do single-celled organisms move?

Let's catch a glimpse into the world of microscopic unicellular organisms!


Author: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea

Reviewer: Márton Gábor


unicellular eukaryotes, unicellulars, paramecium caudatum, Euglena viridis, amoeba, cilium, pseudopodium, flagellum, nucleus, cytostome, cell organelle, microscope, autotróf, heterotrophic, biology, environmental protection, nature, taxonomy, ecology

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