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Ablations were performed on both lateral flagella using sharptipped forceps under a dissecting microscope, a process that took about 15-20 min.
The funnel-shaped calyx restricts the nucleus in the anterior area, nearby the flagella, in accordance with the light microscopic feature.
Arrowheads in (a) indicate anterior flagella emerging from the trophozoite, while arrow heads in (b) indicate undulating membrane (1000x).
of Occurrence isolates (%) Lipase (lip) 40 100 Elastase (ela) 0 0 DNAse (exu) 40 100 Cytotonic heat--labile 0 0 (alt) Cytotonic heat--stable 12 30 enterotoxin (ast) Cytotoxic heat--labile 12 30 enerotoxin (act) Hemolysin (hly) 38 95 Aerolysin (aer) 31 76 Flagella (fla) 0 0 Serine Protease (ser) 40 100 Table 4: Occurrence and combinations of virulence in A.
Sliding disintegration of sperm flagella was performed by the method of Lindemann and Gibbons (9) with several modifications.
Flagella, Gioli and other young designers attended a party hosted by Vogue Italia and French luxury giant Kering, owner of Gucci among other top brands.
Caption: McGill researchers Nathalie Tufenkji and Che O'May have shown compounds derived from cranberries affect the ability of bacteria to produce the flagella they need to crawl along surfaces, and are investigating their use in implant materials such as catheters.
In 1954, Brisou and Prevot proposed the genus Acinetobacter to indicate that the bacteria were nonmotile because they lacked flagella.
Generally, bacterial signaling acts in the opposite way: Bacteria use flagella to swim into areas where they accumulate to high concentrations.
Written for researchers and scientists in the fields of molecular biology, microbial adhesion, pathogenesis, virulence and structural biology, this volume gathers the latest knowledge on prokaryotic pili and flagella and how these structures function in various organisms.
Driven by tiny molecular motors--literally motors--embedded in the bacterial membrane, these flagella rotate at speeds up to 100 cycles per second.
Behe argued the flagella (a cellular component) was so complex it could only have been created.