amebiform a·me·bi·form (ə-mē’bə-fôrm’)
Resembling an ameba in shape or appearance.
amebiosis amebiosis am·e·bi·o·sis (ām’ə-bī-ō’sĭs) n. See amebiasis.
amebism amebism a·me·bism (ə-mē’bĭz’əm) n. See amebiasis.
a migratory, ameboid cell found in many invertebrates that functions in excretion, assimilation, etc. amebocyte a·me·bo·cyte or a·moe·bo·cyte (ə-mē’bə-sīt’) n. An ameboid cell, such as a white blood cell. A blood cell in an in vitro tissue culture.
- Ameboid cell
ameboid cell ameboid cell n. A cell, such as a leukocyte, that is able to change its form and move about like an ameba. Also called wandering cell.