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Interesting Facts About Amoeba The name amoeba is derived from the Greek word ‘amoibe’, which means ‘to change’. The amoeba was first discovered in 1757 by August Johann Rösel von Rosenhof. Amoeba is a unicellular organism. The amoeba moves by constantly changing its body shape.What are the types of Amoeba?
Amoeba and Entamoeba are two species belonging to the taxonomic group amoebozoa. They are characterized by the presence of different types of pseudopods or pseudopodia including finger-like, blunt, lobose pseudopods and tubular shaped mitochondrial cristae. Amoebozoans are unicellular organisms.What is the description of Amoeba?
Definition of amoeba : any of a large genus (Amoeba) of naked rhizopod protozoans with lobed and never anastomosing pseudopodia, without permanent organelles or supporting structures, and of wide distribution in fresh and salt water and moist terrestrial environments broadly : a naked rhizopod or other amoeboid protozoan