Rhizopoda

Definition of Rhizopoda

Rhi`zop´o`da
n. pl.1.(Zool.) An extensive class of Protozoa, including those which have pseudopodia, by means of which they move about and take their food. The principal groups are Lobosa (or AmŒbea), Helizoa, Radiolaria, and Foraminifera (or Reticularia). See Protozoa.

Related Words

Amoebida, Amoebina, class, class Sarcodina, Foraminifera, order Amoebida, order Amoebina, order Foraminifera, order Testacea, rhizopod, rhizopodan, Sarcodina, subclass Rhizopoda, Testacea
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Rhinotheca
Rhipidoglossa
Rhipipter
Rhipipteran
Rhizanthous
Rhizine
Rhizocarpous
Rhizocephala
Rhizodont
Rhizogan
Rhizogen
Rhizoid
Rhizoma
Rhizomatous
Rhizome
Rhizophaga
Rhizophagous
Rhizophora
Rhizophorous
Rhizopod
-Rhizopoda-
Rhizopodous
Rhizostomata
Rhizostome
Rhizotaxis
Rhob
Rhodammonium
Rhodanate
Rhodanic
Rhodeoretin
Rhodian
Rhodic
Rhodium
Rhodizonic
Rhodochrosite
Rhodocrinite
Rhododendron
Rhodomontade
Rhodomontader
Rhodonite
Rhodophane
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