. Animal studies. Fig. 8. — Flagellate Infusoria. A, Euglena viridis ; c, pulsating vacuole ; e, eye-spot; g, gullet; n, nucleus ; t, flagellum. B, Co- dosiga, with collar surrounding the flagellum. C, diagram illus- trating the action of the flagel- lum. All figures greatly enlarged.. Fig. 9. — Parametrium aurelia, a ciliate infusorian. c, cilia; c.v., pulsating vacuoles ; /, food particles ; g, gullet; m, buccal groove; n, nucleus. toplasm of the body, there to undergo the processes of di- gestion and assimilation. In some forms the protoplasm in the region of the flagellum is drawn out in t

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. Animal studies. Fig. 8. — Flagellate Infusoria. A, Euglena viridis ; c, pulsating vacuole ; e, eye-spot; g, gullet; n, nucleus ; t, flagellum. B, Co- dosiga, with collar surrounding the flagellum. C, diagram illus- trating the action of the flagel- lum. All figures greatly enlarged.. Fig. 9. — Parametrium aurelia, a ciliate infusorian. c, cilia; c.v., pulsating vacuoles ; /, food particles ; g, gullet; m, buccal groove; n, nucleus. toplasm of the body, there to undergo the processes of di- gestion and assimilation. In some forms the protoplasm in the region of the flagellum is drawn out in t
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. Animal studies. Fig. 8. — Flagellate Infusoria. A, Euglena viridis ; c, pulsating vacuole ; e, eye-spot; g, gullet; n, nucleus ; t, flagellum. B, Co- dosiga, with collar surrounding the flagellum. C, diagram illus- trating the action of the flagel- lum. All figures greatly enlarged.. Fig. 9. — Parametrium aurelia, a ciliate infusorian. c, cilia; c.v., pulsating vacuoles ; /, food particles ; g, gullet; m, buccal groove; n, nucleus. toplasm of the body, there to undergo the processes of di- gestion and assimilation. In some forms the protoplasm in the region of the flagellum is drawn out in the form of a collar (Fig. 8, B), whose vibratory motion also aids in con- veying and guiding food into the body. 27. The Slipper Animalcule.—The second type of loco- motor organ may be understood from a study of the. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931; Kellogg, Vernon L. [from old catalog].