Biology
Bratters
2016-04-12 21:00:51
Why was the Euglena green in color?
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Latissa124
2016-04-13 02:37:00

The Euglena was green because it had chloroplasts in it, just like plants. The body structure at the base of the tail that relates to this is the photo receptor. These two enabled it to photosynthesize food like plants, but it could also take food from its surroundings like animals.

zarsik
2016-04-13 02:38:15

Chloroplasts within the euglena trap sunlight that is used for photosynthesis,

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