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What is the function of a nematocyst? A. Prey capture B. Sensory perception C. Digestion D. Locomotion
Answer: A. Prey capture Nematocysts are individual cells usually on the outer surface of the organism which have a variety of functions, most usually in defence or capture of prey species.Nematocyst is also referred to as stinging cell.
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