What Is an Amoeba?

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An amoeba is a type of protozoa that can be found in rivers and ponds. They reproduce through cell division. These protists can change their shape constantly and are single-celled. You can find more information here: http://www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/mag/indexmag.html?http://www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/mag/artsep01/amoeba.html
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An Amoeba is an organism that is single celled and you can find it in water or in soil.
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Amoeba is the name of a genus and also a species. Depending on the authority, the genus Amoeba is associated with multiple and varied classifications, including the kingdom Amoebozoa
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The amoeba is a tiny, one-celled
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It has to do with plasmobiotic DNA cells including the DH5a of the 2nd poweto the illuscious.
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a·moe·ba
[uh-mee-buh]
NOUN [PLURAL A·MOE·BAS, A·MOE·BAE]
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An amoeba is an advanced unicellular organism which can be found in animals, decaying vegetation, and wet dirt or mud. They use cytoplasm to catch food and move throughout their terrain.
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