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Of or relating to a flagellum.


(fləˈdʒɛl ər)

adj. Biol.
of or pertaining to a flagellum.
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Tubulin-dynein system in flagellar and Hideo MOHRI, Kazuo INABA, ciliary movement Sumio ISHIJIMA and Shoji A.
Use of the Flagellar H7 Gene as a Target in Multiplex PCR Assays and Improved Specificity in Identification of Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli Strains, Animal Diseases Research Institute, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada T1J 3Z4, Canada N1G 3W4.
Structural comparison of tektins and evidence for their determination of complex spacings in flagellar microtubules.
The flagellar (H), lipopolysaccharide (LPS) and outer membrane protein (OMP) antigens of Salmonella Typhi were extracted and used to test patient sera for antibodies by immunoblotting Results: Immunoblotting using S.
Light microscope observations revealed changes of the pear-shaped aspect of the cell and reduction of flagellar beating frequency in the great part of the trophozoites.
To change course, a bacterium briefly reverses the flagellar rotation and then tumbles about until heading off in the new direction.
At the same time single metabolic protein of DEG10310071, DEG10310101 and DEG10310196 were found to be engaged in biosynthesis of secondary metabolites, flagellar assembly and two component system respectively (Table 2).
thailandensis-like flagellar gene cluster (BTFC) and Yersinia-like fimbrial gene cluster (YLF), have been linked to geographic origin and have been suggested for differentiating groups of B.
The linear distribution of sensilla, representing a spatial gradation in age, requires examination of possible age-related variations in odorant sensitivities of aesthetascs in different regions along the flagellar shaft.
The flagellar region included an axoneme, a pair of mitochondrial derivatives, a pair of triangular accessory bodies, and a puff-like corpuscle with electron-dense areas (Fig.