The function of flagella in a cell is that it provides locomotion, which is the power or ability to move.
this functions as an organ of locomotion
Enables cells to movement.
To move cells.
No flagella do not reproduce.
The major function of the flagella is to move the cell. It's like a long whip which helps it move around and stuff.
Cillia and flagella assist cells in movement. For example, sperm has flagella so it can "swim" in the female body.
Flagella is the whip-like structure extending from the bacteria and it allows for movement of bacteria.
Flagella is found in prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells. Flagella is a hair like structure. Its main purpose is to function as an organelle of locomotion.
If I remember my biology correctly, flagella are what a microorganism uses for movement.This link goes more in depth than I can, however:http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Flagella
The flagella is like a tail, and it helps a cell in locomotion; to move around. Flagellum is the plural of flagella.
A flagella enables an organism to travel. Flagella are whip like tails that are used to propel the organism forward.
it acts as the base of flagella/cilia
to move a single celled organism
They are used for cell movement.
the function of flagella is motility. To help move around. it is found in a sperm cell.
Flagella is formed outside of the cells in the human body. Their main function is to allow liquids to move past the surface of these cells.
To propel itself through the female reproductive tract.
Peter Satir has written: 'Structure and function in cilia and flagella' -- subject(s): Cilia and ciliary motion, Flagella (Microbiology), Protoplasm 'Cilia and related organelles' -- subject(s): Cilia and ciliary motion 'Structure and function in cilia and flagella' -- subject(s): Anatomy, Flagella (Microbiology), Cilia and ciliary motion, Coelenterata
They are hair like structures that move the cell
flagellum/ flagella: Long whip-like protrusion which aids in locomotion
* the flagella is a project as strand while the axial filaments are spirochetes. * flagella : move cell by propeller like action , axial filaments : snake-like movement. flagella : present in gram (+)and gram (-) , while the filaments only in gram (-) . both of them have the same function
Locomotion. Bacteria use their flagella like propellers, allowing them to travel to a location with a richer food supply or in the case of algae to a place with more sunlight.