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granule free cytoplasm of amoeba lying immediately below the plasma membrane.

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Actin filiments role in ameoboid movement

I know that during amoeboid movement the cytogel of the ectoplasm is converted to cytosol and is forced to the cells perifery at a localized area forming a hylane cap which than extends into a pseudopod. I also know that actin filimanst of the cytoskelceton ...

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by Thonzo
Sun Oct 05, 2008 2:01 pm
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: Actin filiments role in ameoboid movement
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