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How is Eugliena different from Eugleinoids?Explain with suitable characters of both organisms.

How is Eugliena different from Eugleinoids?Explain with suitable characters of both organisms.
 

Grade:11

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Simran Vinaik
askIITians Faculty 1231 Points
3 years ago
Euglenoids are single-celled organisms that are mostly autotrophic, but they can be heterotrophic.
They are both free-living and parasitic.

They have one or two flagella and have no cell walls, but their plasma membranes are strong and sturdy.

The share characteristics of both plants and animals.

Euglenoids are found in freshwater, especiallywater rich in organic materials.

Euglena is one of the example of Euglenoids
1. Euglena is a single celled protist that is both autotrophic and heterotrophic, but mostly autotrophic.

2. It lacks a cell wall, but but it still has a stiff outside membrane called pellicle to help it keep its shape.

3. It has one flagellum which helps it to navigate through water.


4. It reproduces asexually through binary fission.

5. Euglena has a red spot called an eyespot that helps it find sunlight.

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