Results for: Ameba

In Microbiology

What is an amebas?

Amebas are animal-like protists that live in fresh water. p.s. if you dont know the answer don't post anything, please!
In Microbiology

How do amebas eat?

They engulf their food. The amoeba's body wraps around the food and it is ingested, then digested.
In Aging and Life Extension

How do amebas and other one-celled organisms reproduce?

Amoebas as well as other one-celled organisms reproduce using aprocess known as binary fission. This process is where the amoebassplit in to two pieces that are identical.
In Animal Life

How do amebas reproduce?

Amebas reproduce by getting close to each otherr and reproducing
In Biology

What is the movement of amebas?

amoeba move by pseduopodia and did not have any locomotary organs. They move by making podias by their cytoplasm.
In Science

What structure holds an amebas DNA?

An amoeba has no defining cell organelles as it is a prokaryotic organism, therefore its DNA is held within the main body of the organism and is arranged as a "tangled mass" r (MORE)