What Is the Shape of an Amoeba?

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An amoeba consists of one cell and it has no particular shape. The shape of an amoeba is described as a random blob. The inside of an amoeba is filled with cytoplasm and the amoeba can only be seen with the aid of a microscope.
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An Amoeba has no definite shape or size because it uses amoeboid movement as a form of locomotion. In other words, the amoeba deforms its body into projections called pseudopods,
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The paramecium cannot change its shape like the ameba because
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They change shape by extending lobes of cytoplasm called pseudopodia. These can make a trap or indentation in which they can capture food. Watch my favorite amoeba feeding video here
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locomotion by the formation of pseudopods (most species) feeding by engulfing their food Please remember to select a best answer button.
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