Help: Why does Euglena have a second "tail"?

Josef Oehmen j.oehmen at kfa-juelich.de
Thu Nov 7 11:43:12 EST 1996

I am a student from Germany and I am trying to get some information on
Euglena: Euglena is a single-cell organism. It has two "tails".
The first, very long compared to the second, is for moving around. Well,
here it comes:
I have to get information on the function of the second, short "tail": What
is its function? Is it of any use to Euglena at all? It seems to me that
there doesn't exist a single bit of information about it.

Thank you for any help,

j.oehmen at kfa-juelich.de

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