Noun(1) a whip used to inflict punishment (often used for pedantic humor(2) a lash-like appendage used for locomotion (e.g., in sperm cells and some bacteria and protozoa
(1) Development of the spermatid flagellum begins immediately after meiosis.(2) The single flagellum provides the bacteria with mobility and kinetic activity.(3) Many bacteria swim by rotating their helical flagellar filaments and/or helical cell bodies.(4) If you knock out the flagella motor then the flagella is paralysed and flagellar secretion continues, but at reduced rate.(5) In most cases, this was confirmed by the observation of the flagellar axoneme in additional serial sections.(6) The difference here is that evolution's hypotheses about flagellar evolution are testable, and are being tested.(7) This study was designed to learn how well the flagella of groups of bacteria might move fluid in a microscopic environment.(8) A third group of bacteria has many flagella surrounding the cell.(9) The flagellar filament, the bacterial organelle of motility, is the smallest rotary propeller known.(10) Cilia and flagella are hairlike organelles extending from the cell surface.
(1) flagellum :: flagellum
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