Euglena gracilis, TEM

Euglena gracilis, TEM

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Caption: Coloured scanning electron micrograph (TEM) of Euglena gracilis cell pellicle and internal cytoplasmic organelles: golgi apparatus, chloroplast, mitochondria, pyrenoid bodies, ribosomes, lipid bodies and vacuole. Euglena spp. can change their shape readily due to microtubules located beneath their cell membrane, or pellicle. Euglena gracilis is a fresh water, flagellated protozoan often classified in a group called euglenoids. Euglena spp. normally contain chloroplasts but in prolonged darkness they become heterotrophic and engulf other small organisms. Magnification: x3,365 when shortest axis printed at 25 millimetres.

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