What are the similarities and differences between amoeba, green euglena and ciliate shoe?

The similarities of the presented living organisms are as follows:

– they are all unicellular organisms;

– live in the aquatic environment;

– are eukaryotes, that is, they have nuclei.


– the amoeba moves with the help of pseudopods or pseudopodia, the ciliate has cilia, thanks to which it moves, and the euglena has a flagellum, which serves as an organ of movement;

– euglena and ciliates have a dense cell wall, which is absent in amoeba;

– amoeba and ciliates feed by phagocytosis and pinocytosis, euglena, in addition, can form nutrients by itself due to the chlorophyll contained in it;

– ciliates have two nuclei, amoeba and euglena only one;

– ciliates are characterized by two methods of reproduction, and euglena and amoeba reproduce only asexually – by division.

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