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WHAT DOES RHIZOPOD MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Amoeboids are single-celled life-forms characterized by an irregular shape. "Amoeboid" and "amœba" are often used interchangeably even by biologists, and especially refer to a creature moving by using pseudopodia. Most references to "amoebas" or "amoebae" are to amoeboids in general rather than to the specific genus Amoeba. The genus Amoeba and amoeboids in general both derive their names from the ancient Greek word for change.
The definition of rhizopod in the dictionary is any protozoan of the phylum Rhizopoda, characterized by naked protoplasmic processes. The group includes the amoebas. Other definition of rhizopod is of, relating to, or belonging to the Rhizopoda.
The translations of rhizopod from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «rhizopod» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «RHIZOPOD» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «rhizopod» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «rhizopod» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about rhizopod
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «RHIZOPOD»
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Note on Syringammina, a New Type of Arenaceous Rhizopod
The book has no illustrations or index. It may have numerous typos or missing text. However, purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original rare book from the publisher's website (GeneralBooksClub.com).
Henry Bowman Brady, 2012
Receptaculitids: A Phylogenetic Debate on a Problematic ...
Matthew H. Nitecki, Harry Mutvei, Doris V. Nitecki, 1999
Freshwater Microbiology: Biodiversity and Dynamic ...
Evolutionary strategies in the amoeboid protozoa: heliozoan and rhizopod
amoebae Complexity within the amoebae reflects diverse evolutionary lines of
adaptation to the aquatic environment. Phylogenetic development of the
David Sigee, 2005
ical analysis, so that whatever cannot be determined in the one will be
ascertained by the other method. He was accordingly gratified to recognize in
one of his rock-sections the fragment of a rhizopod. The structure has some
resemblance to ...
New Zealand Journal of Crop and Horticultural ...
These tables show that there is marked difference between the ciliate and
rhizopod populations. There are relatively few species of rhizopods involved and
they are similar in all three areas. In the Taupo soil the average species-
incidence is ...
Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review: Volume ...
Deep-sea holothurians can select the following items: faecal pellets, detritus,
giant rhizopod protozoans Xenophyophorea and Komokiacea, foraminiferans,
spores and pollen. Faecal material has an important role in the nutrition of deep-
Margaret Barnes, R N Gibson, R. N. Gibson, 2003
Desciptive Zoological Classification
Fresh-water Rhizopod. 257 ingested water must be supposed to be got rid of by
passing into the vessels in connection with the contractile vesicle, and by being
thus expelled from the body. For an account of the anatomy of the Protozoa, see ...
On a curious rhizopod fon a mouthless fish]. Idem, pp. 124-123. On psorosperms
in a mallard duck (on our amoeba). Idem, p. 125. On Mcrmis acuminata. Idem, p.
400 (14 lines). Remarks on rhizopods. [On Quercus heterophylla.] Idem, pp.
The Blue-Green Algae
If it did not the rhizopod would die of starvation (or from rupture as a result of
increased growth of the cyanelles l). Occasionally lysis of the cyanelles is
observed and this is perhaps a method whereby cyanelle numbers can be
G Fogg, 2012
Primitive Motile Systems In Cell Biology
5 The enigmatic counterstreaming in Foraminifera rllizopodia observable in the
light microscope cannot be definitely demonstrated with this instrument: the
electron microscope clearly revealed that a small rhizopod, appearing in the light
Robert Aleen, 2012
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «RHIZOPOD»
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No, Scientists in Darwin's Day Did Not Grasp the Complexity of the …
All microscopists are familiar with the spectacle of a formless lump of albuminous matter (a Rhizopod), putting forth a process of its body as a temporary arm or ... «Discovery Institute, Jun 13»
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