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flagellar

 [flah-jel´er]
of or pertaining to a flagellum.

fla·gel·lar

(flă-jel'ăr),
Relating to a flagellum or to the extremity of a protozoan.

flagellar

/fla·gel·lar/ (flah-jel´ar) of or relating to a flagellum.

flagellar

(flə-jĕl′ər)
adj.
Of or relating to a flagellum.

flagellar

adjective Referring to a flagellum or flagella.

fla·gel·lar

(flă-jel'ăr)
Relating to a flagellum or to the extremity of a protozoan.

flagellar

Pertaining to a whip-like structure (flagellum).

flagellar

of or pertaining to a flagellum.
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Antenna with 14 oval flagellar segments, with setae shorter than the segment itself.
Scape and pedicel yellow, first flagellar segment yellow on basal half, other flagellomeres brown.
Extraction of flagellar antigen (H): The H antigen was extracted by heating a suspension of S.
Antenna with lengths of flagellar segments in proportions of 12:8:8:8:8:8:9:10:12:12:13:14:23; AR 1.
coli flagellar motor, a complex and powerful rotary nano-motor that rotates the flagellum in order to propel the bacterium forwards.
Flagellar segments elongate; relative lengths of antennal segments: 4-6-32-19-19-19-16-16-16-14-14-13-11, distal segment lost.
Control cells showed a normal ultrastructure, with normal plasma membrane, nuclei, mitochondrion, kinetoplast, flagellum and flagellar pocket (Fig.
Structural comparison of tektins and evidence for their determination of complex spacings in flagellar microtubules.
62,63) Finally, the mitochondria are arranged in a helix of 11-13 gyri, with two mitochondria per gyrus, and deliver ATP to the axoneme for flagellar propulsion.
2+] ATPases in the less dense flagellar pocket where they function to maintain cytosolic [Ca.
Scanning electron microscope studies of the flagellar sense receptors of Perdesmisa discus and Nasonia vitripennis (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae).
Identification of Salmonella enterica serotypes is based on flagellar and somatic antigens.