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which organelle in the cell that helps to get rid of excess water in the cell?

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  1. lolly
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    The "contractile vacuole" is gets rid of the excess water..:)

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    did i help? :)

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    yes, thanks

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    yuppers!

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    Here, I drew a couple: |dw:1349121192870:dw| This is more or less what they look like under the microscope. There are actually a lot of different types of contractile vacuoles, but the kind that you'll see in Paramecium (the ones I drew above) are well-studied and instantly recognisable.

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