Although the parasite takes on slightly different forms in these two hosts, both forms have along, whiplike
tail called a flagellum.
momentum between its clustered dancers and the individuals, who fell away and were sucked back, was absolutely riveting.
Red paper in fiat layers, cut in ripple-edged blots and whiplike
lashes, draws the lake of blood in which the figure lies; and paper builds the body itself, a tortured array of multitudinous large sheets and tiny shreds, here rolled into a bruised cylinder t o form an arm or leg, there seemingly just crumpled in the artist's hands to suggest some battered fragment of viscera.
The answer begins with a whiplike
montage sequence in which Anderson introduces the characters you'll be following for the next three hours.
That's about as fast as a bacterium that propels itself forward with a tiny, whiplike
Rangy and thin, she projects a whiplike
energy held in check for great things, though in the meantime she's got enough exasperation to make her twitch.
The high point turned out to be a fragment revealing the whiplike
strenght of her spine in a seated dance study.
Her bundle of joy is a soil bacterium called Pseudomonas putida, which uses a long whiplike
tail to propel itself through water.
Afzelius had noticed that the men's sperm had defective flagella, the whiplike
tails that are essentially modified cilia.