Well for one thanks for saying hi and for two your answer the Volvox move by flagella
they live in colonys
Volvox do not work together in a colony only they live in the form of colony but they perform their own functions only they move collectively by using the flagella of all Volvox present in the colony.
they both use flagella to move.
volvox is the colony of chlamydomonas cell,spherical in shape.outermost cells are flagellated.All the cells move in same direction.Adjacent cells are joined hexagonally by cytoplasmic strand.
It spins to move through the water
Volvox is eukaryotic.
Volvox doesn't have cytoplasms
uses of volvox
Volvox are eukaryotes.
It is what helps moves the volvox around.
The volvox is autotrophic.
A volvox gets its food by photosynthesis.
Volvox is a multicellular organism
Volvox is not a human pathogen.
Volvox is NOT made up of an bacteria
An euglena has a flagellum; a volvox does not. A volvox has a gonidium; an euglena doesn't. An euglena has a stigma; a volvoxdoes not.a volvox has a lot of characteristics an euglena does not, and an euglena has a lot of characteristics a volvox does not. Unfortuneatly, I do not know the rest of the other unique characteristics that a volvox, or an euglena has that are different from each other. You must go to google to find the rest. Or bing, or ask.com.
Volvox, Phylum Chlorophyta, is an autotoph that has no motility.
Volvox lives in freshwater habitats.
Volvox are eukariyotic cretures.They do have mitochondria in cells
Yes, since volvox is a plant.
Each cell in a volvox has two flagella that roll the entire volvox ball/colony through the water.