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Structure, movement, locomotion, and stimulation in amoeba
Amoeba proteus contains a central elongated fluid portion (plasmasol), a rigid layer surrounding this (plasmagel), a thin elastic surface layer (plasmalemma), and a hyaline layer between theExpand
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The food-vacuole in Paramecium.
  • S. O. Mast
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Biological bulletin
  • 1 February 1947
1. The feeding apparatus in Paramecium consists of a shallow ciliated groove, a ciliated tube which leads into the body, and a bundle Of fibers (esophageal fibers) which extend from the tube nearlyExpand
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Permeability of amoeba proteus to water
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FACTORS INVOLVED IN THE PROCESS OF ORIENTATION OF LOWER ORGANISMS IN LIGHT
1. The factors involved in the process of orientation differ greatly in different groups of animals.
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