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A Fully Decentralized Morphology Control of an Amoeboid Robot by Exploiting the Law of Conservation of Protoplasmic Mass," In Proceedings of IROS: Self-Reconfigurable Robots, Systems, and Applications.
In pathological conditions like ischemia and trauma, microglia change their morphology becoming amoeboid and highly phagocytic round cells (macrophages) [11, 71].
The amoeboid form is irregular and also 10 pm in diameter.
The majority of pteridophytes are shown to have an amoeboid tapetum (Parkinson & Pacini, 1995), however, many homosporous ferns have globular bodies in their sporangial locules that were considered to be homologous to orbicules in spermatophytes (Lugardon, 1981).
According to Pacini and Hesse (2005), this substance is usually secreted by angiosperms in most entomophilous species with amoeboid or parietal tapetum and has important functions during the dispersal of pollen grains, participating in the adherence of pollen to the body of pollinators and the recognition of pollen on the stigma, as it also attracts protein molecules involved in this interaction.
Through TEM, amoeboid shaped cells were noted, while light microscopy and SEM presented cells round in shape.
Three amoeboid verticals standing nearly two feet tall were intermingled throughout the show.
Yi's amoeboid practice squirms across media and modes of presentation, attaching itself at random to pedestals, walls, and the gallery floor.
There are two major types of tapetum, the more primitive secretory type, considered to be the prevalent type in the majority of plants, and amoeboid type that extends to microspores in the anther locule [9].
Slime molds are not actually molds or even fungi; rather, they are classified as amoeboid protozoans.