Asked in Biology, Microbiology, Genetics, Protozoa
What are the tiny hair-like structures that move a paramecium?
they are called cilia.
Asked in Microbiology, Protists, Protozoa
What are the structures called that move a paramecium much a oars move oars?
These structures are called cilia and they do have an oar like motion; power stroke and return/relaxation stroke. ...
Asked in Science, Biology, Animal Life
What are the structures in the body that allow animals to move?
Bones, ligaments, tendons, and muscles allow animals to move.
Asked in Health, Animal Life, Vertebrates
What three structures support a vertebrate's body and allow it to move?
Tails and legs help support a vertebrates body and allow it to move. Other structures to help a body move are muscle and bones. ...
Asked in Protozoa
Which pairings match protozoa with the structures they use to move?
Novanet: amoeba: pseudopod; euglena: flagellum; paramecium: cilla
Asked in Microbiology
What structures allow sarcodines such as amoebas to move?
I believe it is a pseudopod.
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between paramecium and amoeba?
paramecium- move with cilia amoeba- move by creeping along with their pseudopod's also, paramecium are larger. ...
Asked in Microbiology, Protists
Paramecium how does the structure different from that which the amoeba uses for locomotion?
the paramecium uses cilia, which are tiny hair-like structures, for locomotion. on the other hand, amoeba uses pseudopodia, which are extensions of the cell's cytoplasm, to move. ...
Asked in Genetics
Explain how cilia function on the paramecium to help it move?
cilia are tiny hair-like structures that "push" or "row" the organism through a medium. Double check though. I think a paramecium may move using a flagella (a single larger whip-like structure) ...
Asked in Microbiology, Genetics, Protists, Protozoa
Paramecium use threadlike WHAT to move quickly in any direction?
The paramecium use short hair like structures for movement, and it is also found on the outside of the body. The answer is Cilia. The definition of Cilia( above ) is pretty much the same as- threadlike _______ to move quickly in any direction ...