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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CHLAMYDOMONAS AND EUGLENA:

 

Chlamydomonas

Euglena

1.

It is placed under Kingdom Plantae.

It is placed under Kingdom Protista.

2.

It belongs to Green Algae group. Class Chlorophyceae.

It belongs to group Euglenoids.

3.

Cell wall is made up of cellulose.

Cell wall is devoid of cellulose.

4.

Reserve food material is in the form of starch.

Reserve food material is in the form of paramylum and paramylon.

5.

It is found in stagnant water and on damp soil.

It is found in fresh water and damp soil.

6.

Body is not covered by pellicle.

Body is covered by pellicle.

7.

Two contractile vacuoles are present.

Only one osmoregulatory vacuole is present in the anterior part of the cell.

8.

Asexual reproduction takes place by means of zoospores, aplanospores and hypnospores.

Asexual reproduction takes place by means of binary fission.

9.

Sexual reproduction is by fusion of motile male gamete and non-motile female gamete.

Sexual reproduction is absent.

10.

Two flagella of equal length.

Two flagella- unequal length (1 Long and 1 Short)

 

 

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