Is a volvox a protozoan?
I am a very intelligent Scientist and we studied it and we confirm that it is a protozoan.
No,protozoans are generally unicellular except if they exist in colonies like in the case of a volvox.
An euglena has a flagellum; a volvox does not. A volvox has a gonidium; an euglena doesn't. An euglena has a stigma; a volvox does 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… Read More
Volvox is eukaryotic.
Volvox are eukaryotes.
Volvox doesn't have cytoplasms
uses of volvox
It is what helps moves the volvox around.
A volvox gets its food by photosynthesis.
Volvox is a multicellular organism
Volvox is NOT made up of an bacteria
Volvox is not a human pathogen.
Each cell in a volvox has two flagella that roll the entire volvox ball/colony through the water.
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.
The volvox is a alge that produces food by the help of potosynthesis
a another volvox through a asexual formation of autocolonies
the volvox is part of the allgae family
Volvox are not harmful to the environment because they play a big part in our everyday lives... however if you ate the volvox it would probably make you sick.
the importance of the volvox is that it helps by eating bacteria. bateria makes us sick. so the volvox basically eats sickness!!! lisa baylor
The eyespots allow the volvox to find and take in the much needed light to perform photosynthesis, which provides the volvox food to survive.
what is the classification of volvox Protista, Chlorophyta, chlorophyceae, volvocales
a volvox are evil red eye turtles that feed on human flesh
Volvox has both sexual and asexual reproduction.
yes,it is a protozoan
Volvox are a genus of chlorophytes. It forms colonies up to 50,000 cells. Volvox are freshwater alga, so they are found in ponds, ditches, and shallow puddles.
Volvox belong to the phylum Chlorophyta. An easy way to find this information would be to search volvox on a search engine website, such as google.com or bing.com.
Yes, as a photosynthetic organism Volvox contributes oxygen to the environment and is a food source for heterotrophic organisms. Volvox is at the bottom of the food chain that supports fish.
Volvox are often found in water: Ditches, ponds, and shallow puddles!
The cells in the green alga Volvox are not functionally specialized :)
The cells in green alga Volvox are not functionally specialized.
none that i know of volvox are kinda weird protists so....
Not only does volvox sense light but it also moves towards it.
Volvox belongs to the kingdom Protista. It is a plant-like protist.
protozoan is used for fishing
Well for one thanks for saying hi and for two your answer the Volvox move by flagella
Volvox are more plant-like because of the green chlorophyll.
I discover protozoan
Volvox are green because they contain chlorophyll like other green algae and plants.
Volvox is a genus of algae found in fresh water that form colonies of hollow multicellular spheres.
Volvox and all of its close relatives are found only in freshwater.
A protozoan is a heterotrophic protist
Protozoan is an annoying word!
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.
yes!protozoan is a microorganism.because it is a uni-cellular organism.
no its not...
Volvox was named in 1700 by Antonie van Leeuwenhoek. The word has Latin roots meaning 'to turn' or 'to roll.'