Definition of Pseudopodium

1. Noun. Temporary outgrowth used by some microorganisms as an organ of feeding or locomotion.

Exact synonyms: Pseudopod
Generic synonyms: Appendage, Outgrowth, Process



Definition of Pseudopodium

1. n. Same as Pseudopod.

Definition of Pseudopodium

1. Noun. (cytology) pseudopod ¹

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Definition of Pseudopodium

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pseudopodium

pseudoperipteral
pseudopetiole
pseudophillipsite
pseudophilosophical
pseudophloem
pseudophotograph
pseudophotographs
pseudophotosphere
pseudophotospheres
pseudoplanktonic
pseudoplastic
pseudopod
pseudopodal
pseudopodia
pseudopodial
pseudopodium (current term)
pseudopods
pseudopotential
pseudopotentials
pseudoprecision
pseudopregnancies
pseudopregnancy
pseudopregnant
pseudoprime
pseudoprimes
pseudoprofession
pseudoprofessions
pseudoprofound
pseudoproper

Literary usage of Pseudopodium

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1. Contributions to the Study of the Behavior of Lower Organisms by Herbert Spencer Jennings (1904)
"116), according to whom the withdrawal of the pseudopodium begins at the tip. ... In a large pseudopodium the method of retraction described above ..."

2. Contributions to the Study of the Behavior of Lower Organisms by Herbert Spencer Jennings (1904)
"The pseudopodium lengthened, carrying the particle with it, ... The pseudopodium finally became very long and slender (c), the particle remaining attached ..."

3. The Protozoa by Gary Nathan Calkins (1901)
"1 The origin of a pseudopodium, according to this conception, is in the ectoplasm, and the rapidity of a pseudopodium-formation is increased by the peculiar ..."

4. The Protozoa by Gary Nathan Calkins (1901)
"1 The origin of a pseudopodium, according to this conception, is in the ectoplasm, and the rapidity of a pseudopodium-formation is increased by the peculiar ..."

5. Botanical Gazette by University of Chicago, JSTOR (Organization) (1916)
"usually a pseudopodium was sent upward from the upper surface of the body. This pseudopodium was often seen to flatten out against the cover slip. ..."

6. Behavior of the Lower Organisms by Herbert Spencer Jennings (1906)
"Sometimes when a single pseudopodium comes in contact with a; cyst, this pseudopodium alone reacts, stretching out and pushing the cyst ahead of it and ..."

7. A Text Book of Physiology by Michael Foster (1893)
"As the pseudopodium grows larger and engages the whole thickness of the ... The pseudopodium may continue to grow larger and larger at the expense of the ..."

8. A Text-book of physiology by Michael Foster (1891)
"As the pseudopodium grows larger and -Mirages the whole thickness of the ... The pseudopodium may continue to _-n>w larger and larger at the expense of the ..."

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