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- proper noun A taxonomic
infraphylumwithin the subphylum Conosa— many amoebae.
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Maysie worked hard at her "Mycetozoa" the next day, and finished her third sheet with complete success.
The peculiarity of the group lies in the fact that the bacteria form plasmodium-like aggregations and build themselves up into sporogenous structures of definite form superficially similar to the cysts of the Mycetozoa (fig. 12).
Morphology and Biology of Fungi, Mycetozoa, and Bacteria.
Of _the Fungi_ our chief knowledge is derived from lists of species collected at Fungus Forays of the Hertfordshire Natural History Society and from records of the Mycetozoa by Mr. James Saunders.
The third group of Mycetozoa, the Dictosteliids, and Acrasiomycetes, make up the cellular slime molds.
Plasmodial slime molds include two classes of Mycetozoa: Myxomycetes and Protostelids.