flagellum

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Englisch - Türkisch
kırbaç
kamçı
(Biyoloji) Kamçı, Flagella ya da Flagellum , ince, uzun ve iplik benzeri organeller olup hücrelerin yüzeyinden çıkar, hareket ve beslenmede kullanılır. Aynı zamanda akıcı madde ve tanecik nakline yararlar
kırba
(Tıp) (flagella). Kamçı
kamçı şeklinde parça
polar flagellum
(Gıda) polar flagella
Englisch - Englisch
A whip
In bacteria, a long, whiplike proteinaceous appendage, used for locomotion
In protists, a long, whiplike membrane-enclosed organelle used for locomotion or feeding
in sperm cells and some bacteria and protozoa
Hair-like structure attached to a cell, used for locomotion in many protists and prokaryotes The prokaryotic flagellum differs from the eukaryotic flagellum in that the prokaryotic flagellum is a solid unit composed primarily of the protein flagellin, while the eukaryotic flagellum is composed of several protein strands bound by a membrane, and does not contain flagellin The eukaryotic flagellum is sometimes referred to as an undulipodium
a whip used to inflict punishment (often used for pedantic humor)
A lashlike appendage of a crustacean, esp
Bacterial cell appendage used for motility
The long, whip like, section of the antennae, it is made up of flagellomeres
Hairlike structure that acts mainly as an organelle of movement in the cells of many living organisms. Characteristic of the protozoan group Mastigophora, flagella also occur on the sex cells of algae, fungi (see fungus), mosses, and slime molds. Flagellar motion causes water currents necessary for respiration and circulation in sponges and cnidarians. Most motile bacteria move by means of flagella. The structures and patterns of movement of flagella in prokaryotes differ from those in eukaryotes. See also cilium
the terminal ortion of the antennæ and the epipodite of the maxilipeds
A long locomotory organelle that extends from the surface of certain cells such as most spermatozoa It consists of a 9+2 arrangement of microtubules, nine outer doublets and two inner singlets
the long trailing branch of a vine, or a slender branch in certain mosses
whip like organelle (tail) for locomotion
A young, flexible shoot of a plant; esp
(pl flagella) A long cellular appendage specialized for locomotion, ensheathed in an extension of plasma membrane
a lash-like appendage used for locomotion (e g , in sperm cells and some bacteria and protozoa)
An organ of motility; composed of tightly wound chains of strands containing a protein called flagellin
A long, whiplike cilium
{i} whip-like part (Biology); runners, creepers (Botany)
(plural, flagella)- Whiplike tubular structure attached to a microbial cell responsible for motility
(= Funiculus) (Fla-jell-um; plural: flagella [fla-jell-ah]): the part of the antenna beyond the second segment (pedicel) consisting of 3-11 smaller segments
An appendage of the reproductive apparatus of the snail
a lash-like appendage used for locomotion e
Bacterial cell appendage used for motility, the organisms posessing this appendage are considered to be flagellates
flagella
Long whip-like structures used in cellular locomotion Usually flagella are not very numerous, cells have from one to four Flagella are composed of microtubules
flagella
long cell extensions that function in swimming
flagella
Several long stout hairs on the cell surface which are used for locomotion or food gathering in many microscopic organisms and their larvae
flagella
plural of flagellum
flagella
a structure for motility
flagella
Whiplike parts of a cell that are organs of locomotion or that produce a current in the surrounding fluid
flagella
Flagella are organs that produce movement in microorganisms
flagellums
plural of flagellum
flagellum

    Silbentrennung

    fla·gel·lum

    Türkische aussprache

    flıcelım

    Synonyme

    cilium, whip

    Aussprache

    /fləˈʤeləm/ /fləˈʤɛləm/

    Etymologie

    [ fl&-'je-l&m ] (noun.) 1852. From Latin flagellum, 'whip'.

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