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Ameboid movement

Ameboid movement

The movement characteristic of leukocytes and protozoan organisms of the superclass rhizopoda.

See: streaming movement, filopodium, lobopodium.


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arcella gibosa

... Locomotion is accomplished by protoplasmic flow or what is called ameboid movement, which is also exhibited in many other protozoa which are not ameba. I could cite ...

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