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Entamoeba differs from Amoeba in not having

A. nucleus

B. pseudopodia

C. ectoplasm

D. contractile vascule

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  1. According to Whittaker's system of classification, all the living organisms are classifed into 5 kingdoms…
  2. The path followed by a food vacuole in Paramecium is referred to as
  3. The disease caused by Entamoeba gingimlis is transmitted by
  4. Gametocytes of Plasmodium are produced in the
  5. Golgi cycle in Plasmodium occurs in man, in
  6. The life-cycle of malarial parasite in liver is called
  7. Highly polypoid meganucleus is present in
  8. Schuffner's granules or dots are found in
  9. Locomotory organelles in the parasitic protozoa of class sporozoa are
  10. The sporozoites of Plasmodium first attack
  11. Gametocytes of Plasmodium are formed in
  12. The feeding stage in the life cycle of PlasA tnodium is
  13. Pseudopodia of Amoeba are important for
  14. Sleeping sickness in man is caused by Trypanosoma by the bite of the infective
  15. Trophozoites of E.histolytica reproduced by
  16. Trypanosoma gambiense inhabits the human body in the
  17. Mild tertian malaria is caused by
  18. The cilia in Paramecium are
  19. Process of reconstitution of nuclei in a single paramecium without fusion of gametic nuclei is
  20. An example of dimorphic protozoan is
  21. African sleeping sickness or Gambiense fever is caused by
  22. Entamoeba differs from Amoeba in not having
  23. The function of neuro-motor system of Paramecium is
  24. Malignant tertian malaria is caused by
  25. Under unfavourable conditions, the Amoeba reproduces by
  26. Erythrocytic cycle of Plasmodium produces
  27. Alternation of generations is otherwise known as
  28. In Paramecium, proteins are digested
  29. The schizogony cycle of Plasmodium takes place in
  30. Characters that are more useful in classification of animals are