-ameboids: move by pseudo locomotion, e.g : Amoeba Proteus
-flagellates: move by flagels, e.g : Noctiluca miliaris
-ciliates: move by cilia, e.g : Trypanosoma s
email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and i will send you some pics i have.
or you could probably google it under google images and get a lot of great pictures too
this is a very specific diagram of a paramecium:
they look like old lady aliensOh yeah the nuclei is fully develped so is xasdafinia .Aw that second ones super cute
first of all.. your link didnt work!
This protozoan is feeding on some organisms which circulate round his body and are sometimes expelled. Can anyone shed any more light on what’s happening here? And what the organisms are? This is film
Gook’s Harbingers (a very short story) There once was a planet called Gaia in the Baby Ruth galaxy, far, far away. The world had become particularly villainous, with a global government finally bandin
14×11 Print, Sleeping sickness parasites. Sleeping sickness. Light micrograph of Trypanosoma brucei parasites, a cause of sleeping sickness, in blood.
14×11 Print, Artwork of infected red blood cells in malaria. Malaria. Artwork of a malaria infection in the bloodstream. Malaria is a tropical disease
20×16 Canvas Print, White Sides. , Artwork of infected red blood cells in malaria. Malaria. Artwork of a malaria infection in the bloodstream. Malaria
…e uptake. Without glycogen, parasite cannot stay alive and replicate.
Generic Vermox may be used up to 3 days after treatment and before the worm is removed from your stomach and intestines. If the infection has not been cured within 3 weeks, a second round of treatment may be necessary.