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A food vacuole develops in Paramecium at the distal end of

A. cytopharynx

B. oral grove

C. cytostome

D. oesophagus

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  1. Attack of malaria occurs every fourth day when patient is infected by
  2. The cysts of E.histolytica develop in an infected individual in the
  3. The trophozoite of Entamoeba histolytica reproduces by
  4. In Paramecium, proteins are digested
  5. The mode of life of Plasmodium in man and mosquito respectively is
  6. The type of pseudopodia found in Amoeba are
  7. Oocyst of Plasmodium develops from
  8. In a Paramecium, the trichocysts are used for
  9. Trypanosoma shows the phenomenon of
  10. Entamoeba differs from Amoeba in not having
  11. Trophozoites of E.histolytica reproduced by
  12. The pseudopodia of Amoeba are meant for
  13. Entamoeba gingivalis is a parasite in the
  14. Schizont stage in the life cycle of malarial parasite occurs in
  15. If a fresh water Amoeba for some reason in unable to form contractile vacuole, it will
  16. Sporozoites of Plasmodium vivax are produced from
  17. Quinine, utilised in the treatment of malaria, is extracted from
  18. Ingestion of some water with food in Amoeba takes place by the process of
  19. The schizogony cycle of Plasmodium takes place in
  20. Gametocytes of Plasmodium are formed in
  21. Sporogony of malaria parasite occurs in
  22. Alternation of generations is otherwise known as
  23. The first generation in the asexual phase of Plasmodium in RBCs of man is known as
  24. The function of neuro-motor system of Paramecium is
  25. Nuclear dimorphism is observed in
  26. Characters that are more useful in classification of animals are
  27. Nitrogenous wastes in Amoeba are expelled through
  28. A liver biopsy of a patient suffering from amoebic hepatic abscess would demonstrate the presence of
  29. The feeding stage in the life cycle of PlasA tnodium is
  30. Amoebiasis is caused by