Paramecium Locomotion?

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Cilia is a paramecium's method of locomotion. Paramecium is a unicellular protozoa. It is from the kingdom Chromalveolata, phylum Ciliophora and order Peniculida.
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It moves by a whip-like flagella.
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Paramecium is a small unicellular organism that is plentiful in freshwater
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Locomotion in paramecium takes place through cilia. When paramecium has to move forward then cilia moves in the backward direction. This shows that paramecium swims in water through
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Paramecium is a protozoa belonging to genus of unicellular ciliate. Paramecium is covered with cilia for locomotion and feeding. Paramecium belongs to the class ...
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