Ciliophora- Stentor roeseli
Organisms belonging to Phylum Ciliophora are protozoans who are solitary, fresh water organisms which use cilia to move, feed, or both. Each organism has a larger macronucleus as well as several smaller micronuclei, but has no true cell wall.
The Ciliophora use a form of sexual reproduction called conjugation in which some of the micronuclei are exchanged between the two individuals involved.
Examples of organisms found in the Phylum Ciliophora include paramecium.
Ciliophora- Oxytricha trifallax
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