How to use amoeboid in a sentence
He was, we think, wrong in adhering to the belief that the movements of aggregated masses are of an amoeboid nature.More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II | Charles Darwin
This movement seems to be of no service, any more than the incessant movement of amoeboid bodies.More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II | Charles Darwin
It forms from 15 to 40% of the number of leucocytes, and is less markedly amoeboid than the other varieties.
They are highly amoeboid and phagocytic, and form about 70% of the total number of leucocytes.
In Hydra the ocyte is a large amoeboid cell, which sends out pseudopodia amongst the ogonia and absorbs nutriment from them.
British Dictionary definitions for amoeboid
of, related to, or resembling amoebae
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