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How are amoeba and euglena alike?
because there are very tiny
both single celled organisms that reproduce asexuallly
Protists. If you want even more detail they are Protozoa.
they should all be eukaryotic...
Both are made of cells or cells with a nucleus
They are considered eukaryotic cells because they have a true ("eu") nucleus.
Euglena, Paramecium and Amoeba are all monocellular organisms. The major difference lies in their mode locomotion. The amoeba moves with the help of its pseudopodia, that are …temporary protrusions of cytoplasm, giving leg like appearance. In paramecium, there are small outgrowths that are called as Cilia (Sing. Cilium). These cilia are thousands in number and are present all over the cells' surface. They act like an oar. Finally, Euglena have Flagellum (plur. flagella). A flagella beats like a whip to provide driving force for the movement. Apart from this, both Euglena and Paramecium have a fixed body shape but amoeba continuously keeps on changing its shape . Amoeba and Paramecium are heterotrophic and lack chloroplast while Eugena has chloroplasts and could synthesise its own food. Amoeba and Euglena are monokaryotic ( One nucleus only) while paramecium has two nuclei and is dikaryotic.
It should be fairly easy to find paramecia in freshwater ponds, and basically any other mass of fresh water, especialy those with lots of water plants in them, Euglena is just… the group of protists they are in. You can find amoebas in exactly the same kind of places, but the amoeba is slightly more sensitive to pollution, so you are less likely to find it in polluted areas.
They are similar because when conditions are bad they are both able to form a cyst to protect themselves.
The most obvious difference between an amoeba and a paramecium or euglena is that the amoeba has no overall shape, and the entire cell changes its shape as the amoeba moves. T…he paramecium and the euglena both have definite shapes which they do not alter. The amoeba can engulf food particles at any point on its own cell membrane, but the paramedium has an oral groove which is where it ingests food particles. And the euglena also has a chloroplast, unlike the other two (or any other protozoan).
well theyre all single celled organisms
they both are alike because they are uni-cellur,both move,ingest food through openings,and both live in water.
They are all protists in the 'odds and ends' kingdom called Protista. They are unicellular (one cell) eukaryotes. (contain a nucleus) They all have a nucleus and a cell membra…ne.