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Pearl Necklace said...

The intracellular protoplasm of vegetable cells, having
Amateur and is able, in cases of release from the sheath, temporarily
to produce ameboid movement may be seen as encased in a
the shell of an amoeba, so, turning from her to free amoeba
representing one of the simplest types of the original animals ie
turning to the Protozoa, we naturally meet with kindred phenomena.
The main fact related to the subject of our consideration is
that plastic or semi-liquid sarcode amoebas move by slipping
in asymmetric directions of one or another part of its periphery and
retracting these temporary spikes one after another back, sometimes with
a part of the captured food, and therefore detects only vague
differentiation of the outer parts from the inner (a fact proven
numerous cuts pseudopodia have Rhispod'e), however, when
this body finally goes into a state of immobility, then
its surface differentialsa from its contents and effect of environment
promotes such can, no doubt, from inherited ability
the transition to a state entity, and probably is a direct
the influence of the environment was once the cause of this phenomenon.
The relationship between constancy of relative position of parts of Sarkozy and
appearance difference between peripheral and Central parts the best
can be proved on the smallest and simplest ciliates - "managing
(Monadma.e) the Genus Monas is described by Kent as plastic and unstable in form and
not having a clear cuticular cover, food particles perceived in
all parts of the periphery," {A Manual of the Infusoria, by W Seville Kent. Vol.
I, p. 232.}; and rod Scytomonas, in his words, "...differs from Monas only
its persistence and accompanying forms is more resistant
peripheral and ectoplasmic layer" { Ib. Vol. I, p. 241 (ibid. T.
I, p. 241).}. Describing for the most part the lower forms, of which
some, he said, have neither nucleus nor vacuole, Kent makes
remark that the types somewhat higher "the outer or peripheral edge
protoplasmic masses without having won a clear character cell
sheath, or so-called cuticle, presents already, when compared with
internal content, slightly more dense character adding" { Kent Vol.
I, p 56.}.