Exposed individuals moved more slowly and more sinuously than individuals of the control group. The physiology of the exposedprotozoa was also affected: they became broader, their cytopharynx appeared broader, their pulsevesicles had difficulties in expelling their content outside the cell, their cilia moved less efficiently, and the trichocysts became more visible. All these effects might result from some bad functioning or damage of the cell membrane.
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