Asked in Science, Animal Life, The Difference Between
What is the structural difference between stentor and vorticella?
One structural difference between Stentor and vorticella is that Stentor is a protozoa. Vorticella is a sessile organism, meaning that it is immobile. ...
Asked in The Difference Between, Protists, Protozoa
What is the difference between a paramecium and a stentor?
paramecium prefer anal stentor prefer oral
How does a Stentor move?
A stentor moves by beating the cilia that cover its body. A stentor waves the cilia around its mouth and sweeps in food. When a stentor gets too large, it splits in half. Size is 1 to 2 mm (one of the largest protists) Stentor is sessile or non motile protozoan. It is not one of the largest protist . It was 1st discovered protozoan. ...
What is a stentor cell?
Stentors are one-celled protozoans. A stentor can retract its body into a ball to hide. Look for a blue-green ball or a trumpet shape. A stentor moves by beating the cilia that cover its body. A stentor waves the cilia around its mouth and sweep in food. When a stentor gets too large, it divides in half. Size 1 to 2 mm (one of the largest protists) (eduplace.com) ...
Asked in English to French
How do you say in French ''Is the cell stentor a living or nonliving thing''?
Le stentor cell est -il un vivant ou un non vivant? The cell stentor - is it a living or non living thing? ...