Results for: Paramecium

In Earth Sciences

What is paramecium?

Paramecia are single cell organisms usually less than one hundredth inch long. They are a genus of protozoa of the phylum Ciliophora. They feed mostly on bacteria. Parameciu (MORE)
In Microbiology

What is the taxonomy of a paramecium?

Paramecium belongs to the genus unicellular ciliate protozoa. It isin the Eukarya Kingdom and the Protista Phylum is Ciliophora.
In Botany or Plant Biology

Is a paramecium a cell?

It is a group of unicellular ciliate protozoa, which are commonlystudied as a representative of the ciliate group.
In Biology

What is a paramecium?

A paramecium is a single celled organism that falls into the protist group Ciliophora. It has an oval shaped body & a reddish color. It reproduces by binary fission which is b (MORE)
In Invertebrates

Where are paramecium?

Paramecium is a singled cell organism. It belongs in the kingdom, protista, and the phylum, ciliaphora. This is often called "Lady Slipper". Cabeza de Vaca means"head of cow"
In Animal Health

Is paramecium alive?

Yes, papramecia are single-celled living organisms generally classified with other similar organisms in the kingdom Protista.
In Animal Health

Is paramecium pathogenic?

yes and no. they are pathogenic because they harm and they arent pathogenic because they dont always harm and instead sometimes provide benefit to the host
In Protozoa

What are the advantages of a paramecium?

Some species of paramecium are readilycultivated and easy to conjugate and divide, making them useful inclassrooms and laboratories to study biological processes.
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

How do you get paramecium?

I, myself tried this before. Paramecia live in fresh water ponds, so take a water sample of a freshwater pond.
In Protozoa

Do paramecium have ribosomes?

doi its a cell and cells need proteins to live...wow ur smart XP jk didnt mean that but they do ur welcome sweety