What are the characteristics of zooflagellates?


Zooflagellates are non-photosynthesizing protozoans that move via flagellum. A flagella is a tail-like organelle, which the organism whips around in order to move, or to bring food to them by making currents. Zooflagellates do not have chlorophil or
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Flagellates are single-celled protists with one or more flagella, whip-like organelles often used for propulsion. The flagella is used for movement through the liquid. Flagellates
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