What is the difference between locomotion in plants and in animals?
Locomotion deals with the movement of an organism. Locomotion in humans and bipeds is accomplished through walking on legs. In other animals, it can be accomplished through walking on four limbs, flying, or swimming. In cells, cilia and flagella are used to move about. However, since plants are not capable of moving themselves, there is no locomotion of plant species.
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