Sarcodina

Group of aquatic protozoa that includes Amoebae, Foraminifera and Radiolaria.

Sarcodina

[n] - characterized by the formation of pseudopods for locomotion and taking food: Actinopoda
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sarcodina

A subphylum of protozoa characterised by the ability to alter their body shape. Its organisms acquire food by pseudopodia of various types, or by locomotive protoplasmic flow without the production of discrete pseudopodia. Flagella, when present, are usually restricted to developmental or other temporary stages. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Sarcodina

class Sarcodina noun characterized by the formation of pseudopods for locomotion and taking food: Actinopoda; Rhizopoda
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Sarcodina

(sahr″ko-di´nә) a subphylum of Protozoa, including all the amebae, both free-living and parasitic, characterized by the ability to produce pseudopodia during most of the life cycle; flagella, when present, develop only during the early stages.
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Sarcodina

Sarcodina, the largest phylum (11,500 living species and 33,000 fossil species) of protozoans). It comprises the amebas and related organisms; which are all solitary cells that move and capture food by means of pseudopods, flowing temporary extensions of the cell. Most sarcodines are free living; ot...
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Sarcodina

Type: Term Pronunciation: sar′kō-dī′nă, -dē′nă Definitions: 1. The amebae; a subphylum of protozoa in the phylum Sarcomastigophora, possessing pseudopodia or locomotive protoplasmic flow for movement. Includes forms that possess flagella during development and forms with an internal or external test or ske...
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