- trailing bulge
- water vacuole
How it Eats
Amoebas eat by absorbing through the cell membrane and then digests through the food vacuole.
How it Moves
It continuously changes the form of its body forming psuedopods.
How it Reproduces
Where it lives
fresh and salt water
Euglenas move by a flagellum. They get food by photosynthesis, great for a pet! They reproduce asexually. They can detect sunlight with their eyespot. They live in fresh and brakish water. The parts of a euglenas consist of the flagellum, eyespot,nucleus, chloroplast, membrane, and vacuole.
Paramecia live in fresh water and reproduce asexually. They move with their cillia. They eat with an oral groove. A weird fact is that they have two nuclei! Parts of the paramecium include an oral groove, gullet, cillia, anal pore, macro nucleus, vacuole.