How do dinoflagellates move?
they move by using there flaggela
Dinoflagellates move with a flagellum, a whip-like tail.
moves through 2 flagellas
Because of their flagellum. Which is a long whip like tail that spins to help orgamisms move
Their two flagella help them move in wet, damp, and moist places. They are two long, whiplike tails.
Dinoflagellates are both autotroph and heterotroph.
All dinoflagellates have a green pigment!
dinoflagellates give off light which is known as luminscent
Dinoflagellates live in the top 200 feet of the ocean.
Dinoflagellates are protists that fall under the phylum dinoflagellata. Most do some photosynthesis, but not all; some of the dinoflagellates that photosynthesize also consume prey.
yes,dinoflagellates do reproduce through binary fission.
Well dinoflagellates live in either salt water or many live in fresh water like in lakes or ponds.
small animals, such as small crustaceans and fish larvae, and to other protists, including, in many cases, other dinoflagellates.
Humans don't often use dinoflagellates. In fact, in most cases, they are seen as harmful, especially during algal blooms.
Dinoflagellates belong to the Chromalveolata kingdom. This kingdom was outlined by biologist Thomas Cavalier-Smith as a further refinement of the Chromista kingdom.
Light or algae
All aquatic enviroments they live in the sea, most notably causing 'red tide' on the coast dinoflagellates are protist and protists live in water
One big difference between them: diatoms have a cell wall made of silica, while dinoflagellates' cell walls are made of cellulose.
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the spines are prickly. but not dangerous.
Dinoflagelates are not animals but protists .
Euglena and Dinoflagellates.
No they are eukaryotic. They have a defined nucleus.
a one celled dinoflagellate
They possess two flagella.
nop, dinoflagellates are photosyntetic
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No,they do not have.They are only in eukariyotes.
They possess two flagella
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They bioluminesce (glow) when disturbed.
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zooflagellates are more animal-like flagellates (eg, triconympha that live in the digestive tract of termites), and dinoflagellates are more plant-like flagellates (phytoflagellates) - Autotrophic organisms.
The peduncle is projected in order to consume food.