A phylum of protozoa characterised by the presence of cilia at some time during the life cycle. It comprises three classes: kinetofragminophorea, oligohymenophorea, and polymenophorea. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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(sil″e-of´ә-rә) a subphylum of Protozoa, including two major groups, the ciliates and suctorians, and distinguished from the other subphyla by the presence of cilia at some stage in the existence of the member organisms.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: sil′ē-of′ō-ră Definitions: 1. A phylum of protozoa that includes the abundant free-living ciliates and the sessile suctorians; formerly classified as a subphylum of the phylum Protozoa. Synonyms: ciliates, Ciliata, Ciliata
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Ciliophora (sil"ē-of'uru) , phylum in the kingdom Protista consisting of the ciliates, or ciliophores, complex freshwater or saltwater protozoans that swim by the coordinated beating of their cilia—short, hairlike structures that cover the cell surface. Like other protozoans, cil...
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Ciliophora are a class of Protozoa with relatively simple life-histories. The locomotor structures are cilia arranged in definite tracts. The cilia arise from grooves in the pellicle. Ciliophora have a unique nuclear structure, comprised of a meganucleus concerned with trophic activities, and a micronucleus concerned with reproduction.
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