Asked by sonali221994 | 18th Dec, 2009, 08:08: PM
The food vacuole of Paramoecium follows a fixed route during the process of digestion. After the food-vacuole has left the pharynx it passes rapidly on a fixed course toward the posterior end of the body, and slowly on a varied course to the anus. There is no fixed pathway followed by the food vacuole in amoeba during the process of digestion.
Also, there are differences in the way of formation of food vacuole in amoeba and paramoecium.
Answered by | 28th Dec, 2009, 06:56: AM
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