What does an amoeba look like under a microscope?
An amoeba is a single-celled organism belonging to the kingdom Protista and the phylum Amoebozoa. They commonly live in stagnant water, ponds, lakes, and other areas of sun-warmed or geothermally-warmed water.
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Under a microscope, an amoeba looks like a shapeless cluster of cellular material. From the center of the cell, it usually displays several branching...
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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.