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(1)mode of asexual account in which a single parent is involved.the amoeba cell,which is unicellular, divides into two daughter cells which are identical.first the nucleus divides,then the cytoplasm and then a plasma membranes. (2)sporulation when the environmental conditions are unfavourable,the amoeba cell secrets a 3 forming a cyst.this is called encystation.when are favorable the cell divides by multiple fission and form small pseudopodiospores.the like totally wall breaks all the his houses pseudopodiospores are relased.

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