Noun(1) naked freshwater or marine or parasitic protozoa that form temporary pseudopods for feeding and locomotion
(1) Trichoplax is just two cells thick, has only four cell types and looks like a giant multicellular amoeba .(2) Careful retrospective review of the frozen section slides revealed profiles that were suggestive of but not diagnostic for amoeba .(3) But nobody thinks that plants enjoy being in the light or that amoeba prefer not to bump their heads or that my computer is having a hissy fit because it is hungry.(4) We're just the current living and breathing end-product of a process that has been going on for thousands of years, stretching back through generations of family, all the way to monkeys and amoeba .(5) But the equality of death is something we share with the lowest plants, with amoeba and even with stars themselves.(6) But in a case of symmetrical fission, as when one amoeba divides into two, there is no such fuzziness: the moment of separation is precise and the fission products are spatially disconnected from one another.(7) In some simple organisms, such as amoeba , water is actively excreted from the cell in vacuoles.(8) And, naturally, there would be variations from one amoeba to another, from one gazelle to another, and from one human to another.(9) Spores germinate to give a haploid, mononuclear amoeba , which propagates by mitotic cell division.(10) There is the primordial sludge and then the more pristine amoeba .(11) Here I've been thinking what a wonderful guy he is and he actually considers me the lowest form of amoeba .(12) Contact lenses can cause conjunctivitis if they get contaminated with bacteria or, rarely, tiny creatures called amoeba .(13) It's like some more or less liquid flow of amoeba , and no element within it touches another.(14) If fewer genes meant more freedom, then we would have to say flies and amoeba have more free will than humans.(15) It turns out that London looks like a huge glowing amoeba with tentacles.(16) Contact with protozoa, the tremendously varied group of more sophisticated single-celled microbes that includes amoeba and paramecium, has also been greatly reduced in the developed world by water and food treatment measures.
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