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Cilate protozoan, light microscopy

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Cilate protozoan, light microscopy footage. A ciliate protozoan is a single-celled micro-organism. It uses cilia for propulsion and to waft food particles (such as bacteria) into its mouth. Digestion takes place inside the cell. Internal structures include a cell nucleus and vacuoles. This clip was filmed with darkfield illumination.

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