How Do Euglena Reproduce?


Euglena just like bacteria are unicellular organisms that reproduce assexually. They reproduce through a method called fission
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Euglenas reproduce asexually. They reproduce using a process called fission. Fission is used by many unicellular organisms for reproduction. The euglena splits itself into two cells
it uses its vacuole.
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Male and female catfish make a nest in submerged weeds, rocks or timber. The female then lays her eggs on the nest, which is usually a flat surgace. The male then sprays them with
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Euglena reproduce asexually by splitting itself into two. It is a single celled organism that can act like a plant or an animal. It has chlorophyll in it and can make it's own food like a plant and when there is no light it can feed from the water like an animal.
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