Definition of Pseudopodia. Meaning of Pseudopodia. Synonyms of Pseudopodia

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Definition of Pseudopodia

Pseudopodia
Pseudopodium Pseu`do*po"di*um, n.; pl. Pseudopodia. [NL.] Same as Pseudopod.

Meaning of Pseudopodia from wikipedia

- A pseudopod or pseudopodium (plural: pseudopods or pseudopodia) is a temporary arm-like projection of a eukaryotic cell membrane that is emerged in the...
- David J. Patterson. "Amoebae: Protists Which Move and Feed Using Pseudopodia". Tree of Life web project. Archived from the original on 15 June 2010...
- Amoeba, the pseudopodia are approximately tubular, and rounded at the ends (lobose). The cell's overall shape may change rapidly as pseudopodia are extended...
- Filopodia (singular filopodium) are slender cytoplasmic projections that extend beyond the leading edge of lamellipodia in migrating cells. Within the...
- echinoderms, molluscs, tunicates, sponges and some chelicerates. They move by pseudopodia. Similarly to some of the white blood cells of vertebrates, in many species...
- extensions of cytoplasm called pseudopodia). Many protozoa, such as the agents of amoebic meningitis, use both pseudopodia and flagella. Some protozoa attach...
- can extend its surface lengthwise as temporary projections known as pseudopodia, which carry melanosomes away from the center of the cell, thereby increasing...
- in having granuloreticulose pseudopodia; that is, their pseudopodia appear granular under the microscope; these pseudopodia are often elongate and may...
- a family of Amoebozoa, including naked amoebae that produce multiple pseudopodia of indeterminate length. These are roughly cylindrical with granular...
- haptophytes, or the ejectosomes of the cryptomonads. Other structures, such as pseudopodia, are found in various eukaryote groups in different forms, such as the...