Caption: Light microscopy of an unidentified ciliate protozoan. Ciliates are characterised by the presence of cilia, hair-like appendages, on their surface, which they use for feeding, sensation and locomotion. They are ubiquitous in all aquatic and moist habitats. Filmed in phase contrast illumination.

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Ciliate protozoan

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