The excretory aperture in Paramoecium is known as

  1. Cytopharynx
  2. Cytostome
  3. Cytopyge
  4. Cryptospere
Manish Listener Asked on 23rd July 2015 in Biology.
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    The excretory aperture in paramoecium is known as Cytopyge. Cytopyge is the anal orifice  (cell “anus”) found in certain structurally complex protozoa, such as the rumen-dwelling ciliates of herbivores, through which waste matter is ejected.

    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 25th July 2015.
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