Is amoeba a cell or organism?


Is amoeba a cell or organism?

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An amoeba is a tiny, microscopic creature that lives mainly in water with certain species inhabiting soil. It has no defined shape or form, constantly changing. Some types of amoeba can cause serious illness or infection if they enter the body.

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An amoeba is both a cell and an organism. An organism is a living thing, and all living things are made of cells. The two types of cells, prokaryotic...

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Amoeba Protist: Type & Description
Amoeba Protist: Type & Description


Chapter 5 / Lesson 10

Learn what amoebae and protists are. Understand the characteristics of amoebae, such as their movement, method of reproduction, method of food consumption, and classification.

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