What is the function of the cell membrane in amoeba?


What is the function of the cell membrane in amoeba?

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An amoeba is a single-celled organism belonging to the kingdom Protista. Protists are made of eukaryotic cells (complex cells full of organelles and a membrane-bound nucleus) and that sets them apart from single-celled bacteria, which are prokaryotic (simple cells with few organelles and no membrane-bound nucleus).

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The cell membrane of an amoeba serves as an enclosure for all of the contents of the cell and allows certain substances to move into and out of the...

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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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