What does the cell membrane do in an amoeba?


What does the cell membrane do in an amoeba?

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An amoeba is a type of microscopic, single-celled organism that inhabits water and in some cases, soil and mud. Amoebae are classified as protists, which are living things that are mainly unicellular, and all are eukaryotic. Amoebae are constantly changing their shape, which resembles a blob.

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The cell membrane of an amoeba holds the contents of the cell inside, and allows certain substances to pass in and out of the cell. Also known as a...

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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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