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THE ORGANISATION OF THE CELL
THE CELL AS A FREELIVING ORGANISM
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acid activity adapted adult annelids arthropods axial organisation beat behaviour blastomeres buds carbon dioxide ccelenterates ccelome centrosomes changes chemical cilia cilium co-ordination colloidal colony complex conjugation contraction Crustacea cytoplasm differentiation diffusion discuss division echinoderm ectoderm effector organs endomixis environment enzymes evidence evolution example excretion excretory feeding fibres flagella flagellates flagellum free-living function gradient graft groups growth impulses increase insects internal medium invertebrates larvae life-history light liquid living membrane metabolism Metazoa movement multicellular multicellular animals multicellular body nematocysts nephridium nerve cells nerve-net nervous system normal nucleus occur osculum osmotic pressure oxygen Paramecium parasitic particles pass phyla physiological pigment plain muscle planarians Plate platyhelminths probably produced Protista protoplasm pseudopodia reactions receptor cells regeneration respiratory response result seen segmentation sessile shown similar species specific form sponge statocyst stimulation striped muscle structure substances surface syngamy tion tissues tube vacuole vertebrate whole