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Inter-Organismal Transport in Paramecium
Paramecium are an exceedingly fascinating group of the ciliophora phylum. Paramecium are eukaryotic cells. They contain membrane bound nuclei, "DNA that is associated with histone proteins " and organelles (Encyclopedia.com, "Paramecium"). All paramecium are composed of only one cell (Encyclopedia.com, "Paramecium"). However that single cell contains several important organelles that contribute to a network of vital processes. Paramecium live in freshwater, typically in ponds or leisurely streams (World Book Online, "Paramecium"). They are unique in that for being so simple they have much more complex transport systems than other unicellular organisms. They have organelles that function similar to stomachs and they also have a distinct path on which the nutrients circulate. (Campbell, 799) (Cellular Digestion, 1).…
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