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Paramecium caudatum

Paramecium caudatum

Common ciliated eucaryotic unicellular organisms widespread in freshwaters.

Biology

Keywords

paramecium caudatum, unicellular, unicellular eukaryotes, Ciliatea, cell organelle, contractile vacuole, cilia, digestive vacuole, cilium, cytostome, freshwater, Ciliophora, animal, biology

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  • - Their rhythmic, coordinated whipping motions provide mobility for the cell and directs food toward the cytostome.

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