(from the article `protist`) Discoidal mitochondrial cristae; large nuclear endosome; sheets of cortical microtubules under the pellicle; paraflagellar rods; cytochrome c and 5S ...
Found on http://www.britannica.com/eb/a-z/e/51
==Structure== Most euglenozoa have two flagella, which are inserted parallel to one another in an apical or subapical pocket. In some these are associated with a cytostome or mouth, used to ingest bacteria or other small organisms. This is supported by one of three sets of microtubules that arise from the flagellar bases; the other two support the
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