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monotrichous

 [mon-ot´rĭ-kus]
having a single flagellum; said of bacterial cells.
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mo·not·ri·chous

(mŏ-not'ri-kŭs),
Denoting a microorganism possessing a single flagellum or cilium.
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monotrichous

(mə-nŏt′rĭ-kəs)
adj.
Having one flagellum at only one pole or end, as certain bacteria.
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mo·not·ri·chous

(mŏ-not'ri-kŭs)
Denoting a microorganism possessing a single flagellum or cilium.
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