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  1. Amoebozoa | Biology for Majors II

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    Amoebozoan cells characteristically exhibit pseudopodia that extend like tubes or flat lobes. These pseudopods project outward from anywhere on the cell surface and can anchor to a substrate. The protist then transports its cytoplasm into the pseudopod, thereby moving the entire cell.

  2. Amoebozoa - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

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    The shells do not cover the whole body, however, and naked pseudopodia are still used for feeding and locomotion. Amoebae move by means of flowing cytoplasm, usually with the production of pseudopodia. The pseudopodial morphology has been used in classification of amoebae and the Sarcodina are divided into two major groups or classes.

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  4. Amoebozoa - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

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    Most produce lobose pseudopodia (Figure 6 (a)), or lamellipodia, both of which are much broader than the fine pseudopodia typical of Rhizaria (see above; Smirnov et al., 2011), however, there is also a substantial diversity of amoebozoa with fine, often reticulating pseudopodia (e.g., Berney et al., 2015).

  5. Amoebozoa - Wikipedia

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    Amoebozoa is a major taxonomic group containing about 2,400 described species of amoeboid protists, often possessing blunt, fingerlike, lobose pseudopods and tubular mitochondrial cristae. In most classification schemes, Amoebozoa is ranked as a phylum within either the kingdom Protista or the kingdom Protozoa.

  6. 23.3F: Amoebozoa and Opisthokonta - Biology LibreTexts

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    Aug 14, 2020 · Amoebozoa are characterized by the presence of pseudopodia, which are extensions that can be either tube-like or flat lobes and are used for locomotion and feeding. Amooebozoa can be further divided into subclassifications that include slime molds; these can be found as both plasmodial and cellular types.

  7. Amoebozoa | Protists

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    Amoebozoa The amoebozoans characteristically exhibit pseudopodia that extend like tubes or flat lobes, rather than the hair-like pseudopodia of rhizarian amoeba (see the figure below). The Amoebozoa include several groups of unicellular amoeba-like organisms that are free-living or parasites.

  8. 8.18F: Amoebozoa and Opisthokonta - Biology LibreTexts

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    Jan 03, 2021 · Amoebozoa are characterized by the presence of pseudopodia, which are extensions that can be either tube-like or flat lobes and are used for locomotion and feeding. Amooebozoa can be further divided into subclassifications that include slime molds; these can be found as both plasmodial and cellular types.

  9. Pseudopodium | cytoplasm | Britannica

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    Pseudopodium, also called pseudopod, temporary or semipermanent extension of the cytoplasm, used in locomotion and feeding by all sarcodine protozoans (i.e., those with pseudopodia; see sarcodine) and some flagellate protozoans. Pseudopodia are formed by some cells of higher animals (e.g., white blood corpuscles) and by amoebas.

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