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In Krakow as in the Vatican, Karol Wojtyla flagellated himself," Oder writes in the book, citing testimony from people in the late pope s close entourage while he was bishop in his native Poland and after he was elected pope in 1978.
The layer of flagellated cells is a larval organ for swimming, therefore those cells disappear soon after settlement.
After settlement, the larval flagellated cells dedifferentiate into a simple cell mass on the substratum; thereafter they differentiate again into the three principal cell types of a juvenile sponge.
During the procession, the mourners held Majalis-e-Azadari at main junctions of the route and also flagellated themselves to express their deep sentiments with Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA), who laid down even his life in Karbala for the cause of justice and Islam.
The extraordinary degree of anatomical and molecular conservation of spermatogenesis in animals with flagellated sperm also signifies the extension of these studies to human patients.
More work will be required to confirm our conclusions, but it's possible that cleaning can reduce the amount of house dust in general, and flagellated bacteria in particular, to reduce the incidence of allergic asthma," Cook said.
The author added: "As some members of his close entourage in Poland and in the Vatican were able to hear with their own ears, John Paul flagellated himself.
The larvae are covered by a layer of flagellated epithelial cells, which disappear within 24 h, at about the time of larval settlement, to a substrate such as rocks, shells, etc.
While alive, she slept on a pile of bricks, wore gloves filled with nettles, flagellated herself with chains, and gouged her flesh with shards of glass.
In minutes, the cysts turn into what Burkholder calls "toxic flagellated vegetative cells" and propel themselves towards the fish.
The larvae use a surface layer of flagellated cells to swim around for a while, then settle on a substratum.
Bd is called a chytrid fungus from the Greek chytridium, meaning "little pot" because small blisters filled with sperm-like, flagellated zoospores form in the skin of infected frogs.