How Do Paramecium Move?


Paramecium move by moving their cilia, which are hair like structures that cover the outside, or pellicle, of the organism. The cilia also aid in eating as well. You can find more information here:
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A paramecium moves with hair-like things on its body called cilia.
The unicellular microbe paramecium moves about using Cilia. These hair-like
cilia - tiny "hairs" moving in wave-like motions on their exterior allow them to swim in fluids.
Paramecia move with the assistance of small hairs called cilia which project from all sides of its body. The single-celled organisms use these hairs like oars.
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Paramecium move in 2 different directions, forwards and backwards. They contain hair like spikes called cilia which they use to move. They also tend to spin while moving.
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