A dynamic actin-rich extension of the surface of an animal cell used for locomotion or prehension of food.


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<b>pseudopodium</b>

pseudopodium
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File:Caterpillar <b>pseudopodia</b>.

File:Caterpillar pseudopodia.
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<b>Pseudopodia</b> amoeba proteus

Pseudopodia amoeba proteus
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Amoeba <b>pseudopodia</b>

Amoeba pseudopodia
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<b>pseudopodia</b>, food vacuoles

pseudopodia, food vacuoles
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the <b>pseudopodia</b> extended,

the pseudopodia extended,
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finger shaped <b>pseudopodia</b>;

finger shaped pseudopodia;
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<b>pseudopodial</b> locomotion

pseudopodial locomotion
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Symptoms and diagnosis

Symptoms:

    



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Last update: September 2014