The Foraminifera are sometimes named Reticularia, because their pseudopodia interlace.
The pseudopodia arising from it are not so numerous as in the Spumellaria, and not so equally disposed over the whole surface.
The pseudopodia (not yet observed) are probably protruded only through the twenty perspinal holes or the eighty aspinal pores.
Note how pseudopodia flow about food-particles in the water and how these are digested by the protoplasm.
The membrane is perforated by clearly defined and permanent holes for the exit of the pseudopodia.
Myxop′oda, protozoans whose locomotive appendages are pseudopodia—the same as Rhizopoda.
The little processes which stick out in various directions are the "false feet" (pseudopodia).
First the Amœba draws in all of its pseudopodia and remains dormant for a time.
pseudopodia short and finger-form, emerging from the edge of the mantle-opening and swaying slowly from side to side or quiescent.
pseudopodia, extensions of protoplasm beyond the general contour of the cell, 41.
pseudopodium pseu·do·po·di·um (sōō'də-pō'dē-əm)
n. pl. pseu·do·po·di·a (-pō'dē-ə)
|pseudopod (s'də-pŏd') also pseudopodium|
Plural pseudopods or pseudopodia
A temporary footlike extension of a one-celled organism, such as an amoeba, used for moving about and for surrounding and taking in food.