Cytoplasmic bridge formed during the conjugation of paramoec, Biology

 

Cytoplasmic bridge formed during the conjugation of paramoec:

  • The two paramoecia that undergo conjugation are called conjugants.
  • During conjugation, the two conjugants come close.
  • They usually unite by their oral grooves.
  • The pellicle that separates them dissolves and makes the cytoplasm of the two
  • paramoecia become continuous, leading to formation of a bridge.
  • This bridge is called cytoplasmic bridge.
  • In this way cytoplasmic bridge is formed during conjugation between 2 paramoecia.

 

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