What cell is filled with food enzymes or waste?
A lysosome is a cell organelle filled with enzymes needed to break down certain materials in a cell. Lysosomes are single membrane bounded organelles that contain strong digestive enzymes and work for the breakdown of food and waste materials within the cells. During their function they fuse with a vacuole that contains the targeted material.
The lysosomes are cellular subunits of a cell. Their main job is to break up waste materials and cellular debris inside of a cell. To accomplish this task, the lysosome uses its acid hydrolase enzymes. They play a very important role in both plant and animal cells because they digest worn out or excess organelles, food particles and viruses or bacteria. The membrane surrounding a lysosome allows digestive enzymes to work at the acidic levels…
Paramecium are unicellular, so they do not have multiple cells to compose an organ. However, most paramecium engulf the food by wrapping itself around it and bringing it inside the cell, using enzymes to break the food down and absorb the nutrients. The waste is excreted by pushing it out of the cell and into the environment.
Amoeba is a single celled organism. So it does not have any special organ for intake of food. It extends its cell membrane to form pseudopodia and captures the food. This forms a food vacuole.Digestive enzymes are secreted to digest the food. The waste thus formed has to be excreted. This also happens in the simmilar manner. The cell membrane contracts and the food is ejected out.
Enzymes are acids in our stomach than break down food particles. You see, When we chew food, it is not broken down completely, so enzymes break them down in the stomach, and there are stronger enzymes in the small intestine, where, all the nutrients from the food are taken by tiny holes in the small intestine called "villi". When all the nutrients are taken out from the food, it becomes waste (poop). ;)