flagella


flagella
Plural of flagellum.

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flagella pl of FLAGELLUM

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fla·gel·la (flə-jelґə) [L.] plural of flagellum.

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  • flagella — /fleuh jel euh/, n. a pl. of flagellum. * * * …   Universalium

  • flagella — n. whip like part (Biology); runners, creepers (Botany) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • flagella — fla•gel•la [[t]fləˈdʒɛl ə[/t]] n. cbl a pl. of flagellum …   From formal English to slang

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  • flagella — plural of flagellum * * * /fleuh jel euh/, n. a pl. of flagellum …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Evolution of flagella — The evolution of flagella is of great interest to biologists because the three known varieties of flagella (eukaryotic, bacterial, and archaebacterial) each represent an extremely sophisticated cellular structure that requires the interaction of… …   Wikipedia

  • hispid flagella — Eukaryotic flagella with two rows of stiff protrusions (mastigonemes) at right angles to the long axis of the shaft. In hispid flagella, the normal relationship between the direction of flagellar wave propagation and the direction of movement is… …   Dictionary of molecular biology