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it obtains food , which is that when a high consideration moves to a smaller consideration
an amoeba gets food thorugh pseudopods, which form when cytoplams flows toward one location and the rest of the amoeba follows.
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How do amoeba get their food?

The amoeba moves its psuedopodia (false feet) around the food particle. thus a food vacuole is formed.then the amoeba secretes digestive enzymes into the food vacuole and the

How does amoeba eats its food?

The amoebae extends pseudopodia by extending it's membrane by building microtubles from tubulin subunits. The pseudopodia it extends surrounds the food, a bacterium for instan

Where is food stored in an amoeba?

the food is stored in the the vacuole in the amoeba where it is digested and the nutrients are absorbed and the waste product is excreted form the pseudopodia.

How amoeba obtain its food?

They engulf there food by the process of phagocytosis or picnocytosis. The large food material first broken down by ameoba as it secreate some extracellular enzyme then that

How does the amoeba takes in and digests food?

amoeba feeds on some microscopic organisms when it senses food particle it pushes out and engulf it. The food becomes trapped in its food vacuole. Digestive juices are secrete

What does an amoeba form when it surrounds its food?

Certain chemical gradients began to form microtubule sub-units together that extend out on two places on the amoeba's membrane into what are called pseudopodia. These pseudopo