_ .IERAL CHARACTERISTICS
I Moilusks live :xrrili-Jihrrir: from deep ocean trenches to brooks
to tops of trees !
I Range in size trom grain of snr-d to more than 2i) metres long
- all moilusl-cs have a h'uc'r-"irfrdft't larvae that
Paramecium. perhaps the best-known of the ciliated
protozoans. due to its frequent appearance in college
zoology laboratories. is generally found free-living
(independent oia host organism) in fresh water and in
close proximity to decay-'ing plant matter.
completes digestion after collar cells
collects wastes & releases them into the water (i.e.: CO 2)
collects together to form gemmules during asexual reproduction
releases/captures sperm during sexual reproduction
builds spicules from CaCO3 am
Ch.I'Pr+-Sm " -e e+
I . e Km f
Prasrsj or members cF +he Kingdom Pro-mm) are Unicenular eukargcrhc organisms.
The Endosgmbaonr ngeqesis Sfafes +ha+ +he rs-4, eulcalgo-hc cm! was farde
b9 0 ngbiosfs among several Prakargmeg.
:8 2 mmgllik EronS