What happens in the digestive vacuoles of protozoa?

this complex organic matter is broken down to monomers
Digestion occurs in the digestive vacuoles: the digestive enzymes formed in the cytoplasm enter the vacuoles and digest the food, then the digested substances are absorbed through the vacuole wall into the cytoplasm, where they are assimilated or used to generate energy.

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