Eukaryotic cells have a variety of complex locomotory structures what are they

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The locomotory structures are cilia or flagella.

Cilia and flagella are the hair-like appendages which help in locomotion. Cilia are found in eukaryotic organisms whereas flagella can be found in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Basically, the structure of cilia and flagella is the same but if in a cell there is one or a few it is called flagella and if there are many it is called cilia. These structures move the fluid around them for movement. If the cells are immobile then they are helpful in moving the fluid around them for transportation of other substances


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