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flagellate

 [flaj´ĕ-lāt]
1. having flagella.
2. any microorganism having flagella.
4. to practice flagellation.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

flag·el·late

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

(flaj'ĕ-lāt)
1. Possessing one or more flagella.
2. A member of the class Mastigophora.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

flagellate

any organism carrying a FLAGELLUM.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005

Flagellate

A microorganism that uses flagella (hair-like projections) to move.
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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.
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.
Ultrastructural changes related to the ingestion and digestion of cellulose by flagellate, Trichonympha agilis.
Although this theory is supported by our experimental data that AEs of dinoflagellate and flagellate diets for which AE was positively correlated to GPT, AE of diatoms was negatively correlated to GPT.
Heterotrophic flagellates. - Heterotrophic flagellate abundances varied from 105 to 107 cells/L.
During the procession, the mourners held Majalis-e-Azadari at main junctions of the route and also flagellate themselves to express their deep sentiments and aspirations with Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA), who laid down his life in Karbala for the cause of justice, righteousness and elevation of Islam.
Flagellate erythema has been described in relation to bleomycin treatment along with other reported associations with peplomycin (a bleomycin derivative), docetaxel, dermatomyositis, adult-onset Still's disease, and shiitake mushroom dermatitis.
"We should not flagellate ourselves," she said at the House Ethics committee on Tuesday, without elaborating further.