Paramecium

As the scientific name,

Types of cells

The paramecium is a singled celled, eukaryotic cell.

The paramecium's apperance

  • The paramecium has many characteristics, including,
  • Covered in hair, aka Cilia ( fine hairlike filaments )
  • Their basic shape is an elongated oval with rounded/ pointed ends

The paramecium move in mysterious ways

paramecium moving

Where the paramecium lives

  • Paramecium live in aquatic environments, usually in stagnant, warm water. The species Paramecium burs-aria forms symbiotic relationships with green algae. The algae live in its cytoplasm.
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How does it reproduce?

The paramecium is Sexual, and Asexual. That means, the paramecium does the reproductive system with two cells that combine their genetic material to produce a new cell, which has the characteristics of both generating cell.

Also, Asexual means it does the process of reproduction, by itself and produces offspring identical to itself.