Locomotion and Movement

Types of movement - ciliary, flagellar, muscular

  • Macrophages and leucocytes Exhibit Amoeboid movement with the help of Pseudopodia which is formed by streaming of cytoplasm.
  • Internal tubular shaped organs that are lined by ciliated epithelium undergoes ciliary movement.
  • Flagellar movements occur in sperms that swim in water (or) in female genital tract.
  • Muscular movement facilitates limbs, jaws, tongue etc, which uses the contractile property of muscles in most of the multicellular organisms.

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