Subphylum opalinata, Biology

Subphylum Opalinata

Body covered with longitudinal rows of cilium like ,organelles but true ciliature absent. Parasitic; cytosome lacking; two to many nuclei of one type.

Examples are: Opalina Protopalina.

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