How are amoeba and euglena different?
Amoebas and Euglenas:
Amoeba and euglenas are both single-celled organisms that once belonged to the same kingdom of life, the Protista kingdom. However, more study on the behavior and structures of euglenas resulted in placing them in a new category called Excavata which may become the seventh kingdom.
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An amoeba and a euglena differ in three key ways. First, an amoeba lacks a definitive shape while a euglena has a consistent shape and structure....
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Understand what a unicellular organism is by learning the unicellular definition. Explore the characteristics of unicellular organisms and discover examples.