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flagella

 [flah-jel´ah]
plural of flagellum.

fla·gel·la

(flă-jel'ă),
Plural of flagellum.

flagella

/fla·gel·la/ (flah-jel´ah) [L.] plural of flagellum.

flagella

(flə-jĕl′ə)
n.
Plural of flagellum.

flagella

See flagellum.

flagella

Plural of flagellum.

fla·gel·la

(flă-jel'ă)
Plural of flagellum.

flagella

(fləje´lə),
n.pl hairlike projections that extend from some unicellular organisms and aid in their movement.

flagella

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For these characteristics and for their curved, fluted, beaklike tip, the type 1 sensilla are also similar to the denticulate setae described in other decapod shrimp (Bauer and Caskey, 2006), which are much shorter and can be compared to the type 2 sensilla found in large numbers on both flagella.
2,3) Asymmetry of flagellar movement was expressed by the ratio of maximum curvature of the principal bends to that of the reverse bends at the base of the flagella.
cruzi antigen used in our laboratory, and Flagella (FE) adsorbed to NC.
Finding the fossils in a fused position and with their flagella shed is evidence that the two cells were having sex, Kar said.
The typical and plesiomorphic axoneme found in eukaryote flagella and cilia possess a 9 + 2 arrangement of the microtubules.
Toyko, Japan) and Ghen Corporation (Gifu, Japan) has patented specific antibodies obtained from eggs laid by hens which have been immunized against urease of Helicobacter pylori as an antigen, and specific antibodies obtained from eggs laid by hens which have been immunized against flagella of Helicobacter pylori as an antigen.
certain Microcycas sperm, those of cycads bear 5-7 gyres of flagella,
However, flagella remained intact, and no flagellar fusion was evident.
Axonemes are microtubule-based organelles that mediate motility in cilia and flagella.
aeruginosa, free-swimming bacteria use flagella and pili to sense surfaces and initiate contact.
To make this finding, researchers first had to demonstrate that salmonellae thought to produce few flagella of any type were capable of producing large amounts.
As biochemists have begun to examine apparently simple structures like cilia and flagella," Behe writes,