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Amoeba

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An amoeba often called amoeboid, is a type of cell or organism which has the ability to alter its shape, primarily by extending and retracting pseudopods. Amoebas do not form a single taxonomic grou...

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An amoeba (pronounced uh-MEE-buh) is any of several tiny, one-celled protozoa in the ... and pulls apart to form two identical organisms (daughter cells).

SINGLE-CELLED ORGANISMS - Infoplease

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As well as simple bacteria, there are more complex organisms, known as protoctists. ... An amoeba is a predatory single cell that does not have a fixed shape.

Amoeba (Ameba) Printout - EnchantedLearning.com

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The amoeba is a tiny, one-celled organism. You need a microscope to see most amoebas - the largest are only about 1 mm across. Amoebas live in fresh water ...

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Apr 28, 2012 ... a single cell amoeba swimming around under the microscope.

Multi and Single Celled Organisms

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Both plants and animals can be made of one cell-or millions of cells like you. One -celled ... Amoebas, Algae, Plankton, and bacteria are single-celled organisms.

Structure and Functions | Amoeba proteus

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Structure: Like many other protists, the structure of Amoeba proteus is relatively simple. It is a single celled organism that appears transparent and gelatin like ...

Single celled organisms - Science and Plants for Schools

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Why would some biologists refer to single-celled organisms such as Amoeba and Paramecium as acellular rather than unicellular?

Single-Celled Organisms | Science | Video | PBS LearningMedia

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This video segment explores the world of single-celled organisms--what they eat, how they move, what they have in common, and what distinguishes them from ...

Giant "Amoebas" Found in Deepest Place on Earth

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Oct 26, 2011 ... For the first time, huge single-celled creatures have been spotted in the ... long— among the largest single-celled organisms known to exist.

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Amoebas, like all protists, are single-celled organisms. Cells are the building blocks for all life forms. "Single-celled" means that amoebas have only one cell for ...

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An amoeba (pronounced uh-MEE-buh) is any of several tiny, one-celled protozoa in the ... and pulls apart to form two identical organisms (daughter cells).

Amoeba - A member of the Protoctista (Protista) - Leavingbio.net

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Protista (Amoeba). The amoeba is a tiny, one-celled organism. You need a microscope to see most amoebas - the largest are only about 1 mm across. Amoebas ...