What is a psuedopod and how is it important to an amoeba?

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  • What is a psuedopod and how is it important to an amoeba?


Pseudopods or pseudopodia (singular: pseudopodium) ... Generally several pseudopodia arise from the surface of the body (polypodial, e.g. Amoeba proteus) ...
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If the amoeba seeks to move, ... However, it's important to note that amoebas aren't the only organisms that utilize an amoeboid body form; fungi, ...
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Transcript of Amoeba! By: RJ, And Jordan > A special organelle that amoeba has is it's pseudopod. The psuedopod helps ... Amoeba! By: RJ, And Jordan Amoeba ...
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... "The psuedopod is used to help the amoeba move, and also to eat. ... 'Last but least the most important part of an amoeba might be the pseudopod ...
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In order to eat, an Amoeba flows around other microorganisms and then engulfs them. To reproduce, the Amoeba splits itself into two cells.
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Sarcodina - move with pseudopodia. Click on the image for a larger one and description ... amoeba proteus: chaos-chaos shown with paramecium: arcella
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