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Chaos carolinense: Amoeba Lesson
Updated: 5/8/2020
Chaos carolinense: Amoeba Lesson
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  • Ok Class, settle down and put your phones awa-CARLOS AND OLIVIA! STOP YOUR FIGHTING!
  • Today we are going to talk about Chaos carolinense. Who can answer this question?
  • A!
  • What structure does Chaos carolinense use for movement? Pseudopods Cilia Flagella None
  • Correct! Next, our student teacher will now tell us about this protist.
  • Thank You!
  • The Chaos carolinense is a heterotroph, this means it has to move in order to obtain food. They can live almost everywhere, even in dry places like soil. They reproduce asexually.
  • Great Job, Aesha!
  • Fun Fact: When startled, they quickly transform into a star shape!
  • The End
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