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A Paramecium's Adaptations

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Aurora Krec

on 16 September 2013

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Transcript of A Paramecium's Adaptations

A Paramecium's Adaptations
Aurora Krec
How does it move?
In order to move, the cell developed cilia. Cilia is a hair-like structure that covers the organism and allows it to travel throughout its habitat.
How does food enter?
The cell has an opening in it where food can be swept in from the outside. It's called an oral groove.
How does it break down food?
It makes digestive proteins which break apart larger molecules into smaller ones which are used to produce energy or build cell parts.
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