whip like structure ??
Asked by yuvraj.negi2006 | 16th Feb, 2021, 05:29: AM
Flagella are microscopic hair-like structures involved in the locomotion of a cell. The word “flagellum” means “whip”. The flagella have a whip-like appearance that helps to propel a cell through the liquid. They are filamentous structures found in archaea, bacteria, and eukaryotes.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 16th Feb, 2021, 11:59: AM
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