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23 January, 08:17

How does the euglena differ from the paramecium?

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  1. 23 January, 09:19
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    Euglena is a flagellate while Paramecium is a ciliate. Paramecium shows animal characteristics, whereas Euglena shows both animal and plant characteristics. Paramecium is a heterotroph while Euglena is both a heterotroph and an autotroph. Euglena can survive long droughts without water or light, but Paramecium cannot.
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