How Do Paramecium Obtain Food?


Paramecium obtain food through their cytosome, an opening that functions similarly to a mouth. They eat bacteria, protozoans, algae, and other tiny organisms.
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Cilia are tiny, hairlike filaments that protrude from a paramecium's body. The organism uses them like oars to move it in the direction it wants to go. Unlike carnivorous animals,
They use their cilia to sweep food into mouth-like openings.
Most fungi cause decomposition of organic matter and absorb it. They release enzymes into the atmosphere to start the decay. The source of food is absorbed through a root system.
eco is right. The guy that said it uses "feet" or something along those lines needs to pull out his notes and double-check. You've got paramecium confused with the pseudopods
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