In which of the following groups of invertebrates are flagella and cilia found?
The term ‘flagella’ and ‘cilia’ brings euglena and paramecium to mind. Euglenas make use of flagella for movement, and paramecium make use of cilia to also move.
Now for the right answer to the above question:
- Option A is incorrect; euglena and paramecium are not annelids.
- Option B is correct. Euglena and paramecium are protists (single-celled eukaryotes).
- C is incorrect; euglena and paramecium are not coelenterates.
- D is not correct answer; euglena and paramecium are not arthropods.
You may please note that:
- Protists are single celled eukaryotes which are seen as neither animals nor plants. They belong to a kingdom of their own called kingdom Protista.
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/ culled from 2016 JAMB-UTME biology past question 44 /
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