Non-muscular movement, Biology

NON-MUSCULAR MOVEMENT -

1.      Streaming movement - In amoeba, cyclosis is common.

2.      Pseudopodial - In leucocyte, macrophages, amoeboid movement take place by pseudopodia.

3.      Flagellar movement - In choanocytes of sponges, flagella of euglina, tail of sperms.

4.      Cilliary movement - In trachea, oviduct, vasa efferentia, cillia of Henson's cells.

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