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volvox and euglena
none that i know of volvox are kinda weird protists so....
Plant like protist
some genera of the green alga Volvox, which have that cell...... the graetly majority of animals, plants, fungi, and protists reproduce sexually
It's actually a colony of unicellular protists. Any multicellular protist in a volvox usually breaks off.
From light.they get their energy from light.
Unlike most cells which are usually very clear and dont really have a color, volvox is a green shade; since, it is in the "green algae" group of the "protists".
The protist amoeba does. I think this process is called exocytosis.
An amoeba and a Volvox are two examples of protists. The amoeba is heterotrophic (does not make its own food), and the Volvox is autotrophic (makes its own food through photosynthesis).
Volvox and spirogyra --> Someone else wrote this, not the answer to your question. These are green algae, from phylum chlorophyta. Volvox are small, green circular algae, spirogyra, are long green strand-like algae. Plant like protsists and algae are similar. Now, all plant like protists are called: Protophyta. While animal like protists are Ptotozoa. (There are also fungus-like protists :) ).
Many protists, such as green algae and volvox are photosynthetic and are considered the ancestors of modern plants.
Yes, the volvox cell is in fact a producer, it contains chloroplast's which gathers energy from the sun and produces food for the organism.
Volvoxis a genus of chlorophytes, a type of green algae. It forms spherical colonies of up to 50,000 cells.Volvoxmostly eat algea, but will also eatplants, and even apples!
Trypanosoma bruceiParameciumslime moldgiant kelpAmoebaZealotStalkerCollosusThere are Euglena,volvox, Amoebas, and Paramecium
Volvox is eukaryotic.
Volvox doesn't have cytoplasms
Volvox are eukaryotes.
uses of volvox
It is what helps moves the volvox around.
The volvox is autotrophic.