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Paramecium is a unicellular organism belonging to the kingdom Protista. So it is not classified as vertebrates or invertebrates as it is not an animal.
Conjugation is sexual reproduction through sharing of DNA. It is advantageous to a paramecium because it produces more genetic diversity, so in bad times, sexual reproduction might produce a stronger offspring that can withstand the bad conditions.
a paramecium's cell is what you see because paramecium are unicellular
One of the most interesting known symbiotic relationships is that of Paramecium aurelia and its bacterial endosymbionts. See also the Chlorella symbiosis with Paramecium bursaria.
No. It does NOT have an eye as an organ of sight.
No because a paramecium is a substance that can move quickly through water it is clear and you can see the food in its body as it eats it it.
They are called cilia, and they are used to make the paramecium move. See related link below to additional information .
I don't know about paramecium but amoebas eat paramecium.
features of paramecium
A Paramecium is a protoctist
A paramecium is not autotrophic. A paramecium is heterotrophic. The paramecium are single-celled organisms that are found in marine environments and stagnant ponds.
paramecium pentaurelia is the scientific name
No, paramecium has pellicle