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How Does An Amoeba Move?

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The Amoeba movement is throught a large tublar pseudopod that is located at its interior..... It is also a unicellular organism
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Amoeba belongs to the protozoan genus. It was discovered in the year 1757 by August Johann Rosel. It is a unicellular organism that has a number of organelles and cytoplasm. These organelles along with the cytoplasm are surrounded by a cell membrane that keeps them intact.

The process of food storage and digestion takes place in the vacuoles. The movement of Amoeba is through a large tubular pseudopod that is located at its interior. This pseudopod helps in movement as well as food location and intake. 

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