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flagellate

 [flaj´ĕ-lāt]
1. having flagella.
2. any microorganism having flagella.
4. to practice flagellation.

flag·el·late

(flaj'ĕ-lāt),
1. Possessing one or more flagella.
2. Common name for a member of the class Mastigophora.

flagellate

/flag·el·late/ (flaj´ĕ-lāt)
1. any microorganism having flagella.
3. having flagella.
4. to practice flagellation.

flagellate

(flăj′ə-lāt′)
adj. (also flə-jĕl′ĭt)
1. or flagellated (flăj′ə-lā′tĭd) Having a flagellum or flagella.
2. Resembling or having the form of a flagellum; whiplike.
3. Relating to or caused by a flagellate organism.
n. (also flə-jĕl′ĭt)
An organism, such as a euglena, that has one or more flagella.

flagellate

[flaj′əlāt′, -lit]
Etymology: L, flagellum, whip
a protozoon or alga that propels itself with flagella. Examples include Giardia, Leishmania, Trichomonas, and Trypanosoma. See also protozoon.

flag·el·late

(flaj'ĕ-lāt)
1. Possessing one or more flagella.
2. A member of the class Mastigophora.

flagellate

any organism carrying a FLAGELLUM.

Flagellate

A microorganism that uses flagella (hair-like projections) to move.
Mentioned in: Stool O & P Test

flagellate

1. any microorganism having flagella.
2. any protozoon of the subphylum Mastigophora.
3. having flagella.
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And if anyone accuses Koutsokoumnis of not implementing the UEFA criteria, we would refer them to Crystal's wise advice -- we must not flagellate ourselves.
In general, the protozoan ciliates have their food apparatus surrounded by cilia on the cell surface or in a cavity on the cell surface (Lee and Kugrens, 1992), which favours the uptake of a greater number of bacteria when compared to the flagellates that do not have cilia.
danilewskyi strain FCc-1 can easily be cultured in monophasic liquid medium (L4NHS) for large scale production of flagellates meant for any future biochemical or molecular studies.
Examination revealed multiple linear flagellate pigmentation over the trunk (Figure 1) with few excoriation marks (Figure 2).
Ultrastructural changes related to the ingestion and digestion of cellulose by flagellate, Trichonympha agilis.
Consequently, the effect of the flood regime and the hydrological connectivity on the composition and species richness of flagellate protozoa is not known.
In the parasitological analysis of the collected tabanids we found that three of them have flagellates in their midgut.
No significant differences in GPT were detected when the phytoplankton species were grouped into diatom, flagellate and dinoflagellate taxa (P > 0.
Similarly, most religious orders no longer encourage their members to flagellate themselves as punishment for sin but instead urge forms of penance that redress the damage done to victims of sin or natural tragedy.
Mourners who sustained injuries owing to flagellate were provided dressings and medicines while those having severe injuries and deep cuts were shifted to hospitals after provision of first aid.