ameba

(ә-me´bә) pl. ame´bae, amebas a minute, one-celled protozoan. The common laboratory example is Amoeba proteus. The usual cause of human amebic infection is Entamoeba histolytica.
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ameba

amoeba noun naked freshwater or marine or parasitic protozoa that form temporary pseudopods for feeding and locomotion
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Ameba

[website] In December 2009, Ameba launched Ameba Now, a micro-blogging platform competing with Twitter. In March 2009 Ameba launched Ameba Pico, a Facebook app for the English market based on the virtual community Ameba Pigg. == Ameba Pico Virtual World / Ameba Pigg == Ameba Pico / Pigg is a Facebook and a Japanese blog virtual community in...
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ameba

ameba or amoeba (both: umē'bu) , common name for certain one-celled organisms belonging to the phylum Sarcodina of the kingdom Protista. Amebas were previously classified as members of the animal kingdom. Most amebas are very small (from 5 to 20 microns in diameter) and contain a single nu...
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Ameba

Ameba: Also amoeba. A single-celled (protozoan) organism that constantly changes shape. The word 'ameba' is from the Greek 'amoibe' meaning 'change.' Ameba can infect the bowels to cause diarrhea and the liver to cause abscess formation.
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ameba

amoeba, ameba (s); amoebae, amebae (pl) 1. A single-celled (protozoan) organism that constantly changes shape.>BR? 2. A single-celled organism found in water and in damp soil on land, and as a parasite of other organisms. Lacking a fixed form and supporting structures, an amoeba consists of a protoplasmic mass in a thin membrane, and forms tem...
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ameba

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-mē′bă, -bē, -băz Definitions: 1. Common name for Amoeba and similar naked, lobose, sarcodine protozoa.
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ameba

[n] - naked freshwater or marine or parasitic protozoa that form temporary pseudopods for feeding and locomotion
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