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Why Do Euglena Move Towards Light

Chloroplasts within the euglena trap sunlight required for photosynthesis and can be seen as several rod-like structures though out the cell. Because the Euglena can undergo photosynthesis, they detect light via eyespot and move toward it; a process known as phototaxis

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