Testacealobosia

Tes·ta·ce·a·lo·bo·si·a

(tes-tā'shē-ă-lō-bō'zē-ă),
A subclass of the subphylum Sarcodina (amebae), in which the cells are provided with a firm chitinous envelope, often containing earthy material, with an opening through which the pseudopodia are protruded.
[L. testa, shell]

Testacealobosia

[tes′təsē′lōbā′zhə]
a subclass of ameboid protozoa in which the cells are enclosed in a chitinous or membranous envelope, vest, or shell. It includes both marine and freshwater forms.
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