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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

(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).
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As described in the previous section, the sperm model demembranated with Triton X-100 reproduced normal flagellar bend propagation, indicating that the cytoskeletal element in flagella, the axonemes (Fig.
Satrapanus differs from the other Australian species of Chernetidae which possess four flagellar blades as follows: from Austrochernes by the lack of tactile setae on tarsus IV [present in Austrochernes, see With (1905); Beier (1932)]; from Paraustrochernes by the position of trichobothria isb and it, which are situated distal to est in Satrapanus, but are situated adjacent to est in Paraustrochernes [see Beier (1966)], and by the morphology of the female genitalia which consists of a single pair of spermathecae in Satrapanus (Fig.
Considering a possible ancestral form, perhaps represented by Coleochaete, loss of spore motility (flagellar reduction and loss) and development of a protective spore wall (with sporopollenin) probably occurred quite early in the process of land-plant adaptation (cf.
The structure and phylogenetic significance of the flagellar transition region in the chlorophyll c-containing algae.
The somatic (O) antigens were determined by slide agglutination tests and flagellar (H) antigens were determined using a microplate agglutination technique produced by the laboratory.
9G) long and thin, reaching back rear margin of pereonite 3; flagellum slightly longer than fifth peduncular article, first flagellar article as long as third, second article shortest; one row of 1-2 and 3 aesthetascs on each second and third article.
in the sperm that enables the sperm to swim and carry out the flagellar motion that it needs to penetrate the egg," researcher Gunda Georg explained to International Business Times about the discovery.
These factors include flagellar motility, bacterial adhesins, spiral shape, proteases, and mucinases.