How many cells are present in amoeba?
Amoebas are microscopic life forms that make up part of the kingdom Protista. Within this kingdom, there are 13 separate phyla of organisms. Amoebas belong to the Amoebozoa phylum.
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There is only one cell present in the body of an amoeba. This is because amoebas are unicellular organisms, also known as single-celled organisms....
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fromChapter 2 / Lesson 52
Amoebas are some of the smallest organisms, being made of only a single cell. Learn about these microscopic creatures to understand how they move, eat, and reproduce.