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  • n. Plural form of euglena.

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Examples

  • A mason jar with green-tinged rainwater emerges from the bean patch, the receding leaves ratting out a watery universe of euglenas and parameciums and copepods, spontaneously generated.

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  • Bart thought it was an amoeba, and he thought the little green "bugs" we saw everywhere were euglenas, the pink ones paramecia.

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  • The euglenas main way of transporting itself is by swimming, the flagellum is mad up of of four part known as contractile fibrils, it uses these four fibrils to bend back and forth moving the creature to wherever it needs to go.

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  • One important structure different to euglenas can be known as the stigma, a organelle that is sensitive to light.

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  • The euglenas main way of transporting itself is by swimming, the flagellum is mad up of of four part known as contractile fibrils, it uses these four fibrils to bend back and forth moving the creature along.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

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