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Locomotory organelles in the parasitic protozoa of class sporozoa are

A. cilia

B. flagella

C. pseudopodia

D. absent

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  4. The schizogony cycle of Plasmodium takes place in
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  11. The trophozoite of Plasmodium lives in
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  13. The cell anus in some protozoans known as
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  15. Alternation of generations is otherwise known as
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  17. N.M.E.P is the abbreviation of
  18. The digestive enzymes in Paramecium are secreted in
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  20. A liver biopsy of a patient suffering from amoebic hepatic abscess would demonstrate the presence of
  21. The life cycle of Plasmodium in human blood is called
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  24. The oriental sores in human skin are caused by
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  27. The path followed by a food vacuole in Paramecium is referred to as
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