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Biology , 17.02.2022 19:02

Advantage amoeba has over a cell of a lizard in relations to their levels of organism

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Amoebas are single-celled organisms, which means that they are composed of just one cell. Each amoeba is a cell capable of performing all living functions by itself. They can reproduce asexually. They are protozoans with no fixed shape. Most have no hard parts and look like blobs of jelly.

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Amoebas are single-celled organisms, which means that they are composed of just one cell. Each amoeba is a cell capable of performing all living functions by itself. They can reproduce asexually. They are protozoans with no fixed shape. Most have no hard parts and look like blobs of jelly.

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