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Parasitic Amoeba Nibbles at Living Cells, Then Loses Interest When They Die Charlottesville, VA (PRWEB) April 09, 2014 University of Virginia School
Scientists have discovered the use of a simple single-celled amoeba to understand the function of human proteins in causing Alzheimer's disease.
Amoebas that are placid, model organisms in the lab, farm bacteria and carry guards to protect their crops in the wild
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Any multicellular animal, from a blue whale to a human being, poses a special challenge for evolution. Most of the cells in its body will die without reproducing; only a privileged few will pass their genes to the next generation.
Any multicellular animal, from a blue whale to a human being, poses a special difficulty for the theory of evolution.
A species of amoeba -- Dictyostelium discoideum -- has shown primitive farming behavior as it travels along, according to a new study.
Cheaters may prosper in the short term, but over time they seem doomed to fail, at least in the microscopic world of amoebas where natural selection favors the noble.
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