Translation of amoeba in Spanish:


ameba, n.

Pronunciation /əˈmibə/ /əˈmiːbə/


(US ameba)
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    ameba feminine
    amiba feminine
    • Pheromones are widespread in the animal world, from the single-celled amoeba to human beings.
    • Contact with protozoa, the tremendously varied group of more sophisticated single-celled microbes that includes amoeba and paramecium, has also been greatly reduced in the developed world by water and food treatment measures.
    • The virus lives in single-celled organisms called amoebae and may be able to infect humans.
    • To put this time span in perspective, two billion years ago our ancestors were microscopic single-celled amoebas.
    • It must have a flexible structure that can expand and change, in much the same way that an amoeba adapts to its environment.