BY: CHASE BROSEL
How dose it reproduce? It has to split it self in half to reproduce, called mitosis.
How does it move? It move by this thing that looks like a tail but it helps it move (flagellum). How do they respond to the environment? It Hangs out in stranger water like pond and ponds with algae.
This should help you with understanding the Euglena
How does it reproduce? By splitting in half to make more amoeba.
How do they move? It is a part of the amoeba's body that it can stretch out and pull itself with.
How do they respond to the environment? They change in there environment.
How do they reproduce? Paramecium reproduce by a process called binary fission
How do they move?Paramecium have tiny hair-like things, called cilia, all around the outside of their cell
How do they respond to the environment? The live in lakes, ponds, streams, rivers, and puddles.
How does it reproduce? In sexual reproduction two types of gametes are produced. Volvox species can be monoecious or dioecious.
How does it move?The individual algae cells work together to form a hollow sphere
How do they respond to the environment? By spinning in a around to collect sun light