Colpodea

The Colpodea are a class of ciliates, of about 200 species common in freshwater and soil habitats. The body cilia are typically uniform, and are supported by dikinetids of characteristic structure, with cilia on both kinetosomes. The mouth may be apical or ventral, with more or less prominent associated polykinetids. Many are asymmetrical, the cel...
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Colpodea

(from the article `protozoan`) ...cilia distinct from the body cilia; oral cavity may be deep, with ciliary structures extending into it; includes Tetrahymena and Vorticella.Class ...
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