Both can be found on the outside of an Eukaryotic cellThey have similar structure. Flagella are longer.Cilia are shoreter
the kinds of cells that they have
They Assist With Movement -Mariah Dominic
A similar Internal structure
They use flagella to move
The round shape of the mouse and the wire coming out of one end is similar in shape to a cell with a single set of cilia/flagella.
They are hair like structures that move the cell
I am thinking that its a germ. ex: amoeba, flagella.
Flagella is already the plural of flagellum.
Flagella. Flagella Flagellum (flagella is the plural form) flagella
Flagella is the tail-like piece connected to the Cell Body of certain prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells and it functions in locomotion. The Cilia is an organelle found in eukaryotic cells that also project from the cell body. In Eukaryotic Cells the Cilia and Flagella make up a group of organelles called the undulipodia and the Cilia and Flagella are structurally similar.
The scientific name is given to flagella can be in three main categories. They include bacterial flagella, eukaryotic flagella and archaeal flagella. As a matter of fact, flagella is a scientific name.
They have flagella with 9+2 structure.Bacterial flagella differs from it
Monerans or prokaryotes are similar to protists because they are both unicellular. Their modes of locomotion is through the use of structures like flagella and cilia.
No,spirogyra does not have flagella.
Cilia and flagella are structurally similar but differentiated based on their function and length. Cilia are short, and there are usually hundreds of cilia per cell. Flagella are longer, and there are far fewer per cell, usually one to eight. Also, the motion of flagella is often undulating, whereas the motile cilia often perform a more complicated 3D motion with a power and recovery stroke.
Yes, protista do have flagella.
Flagella move by flicking like little whips or by pulling themselves. Smooth flagella move by flicking and hairy flagella move by pulling.
In wet mount preparations, is it possible to see eukaryotic flagella? prokaryotic flagella
They are composed of microtubules in a "9 + 2" array, similar to centrioles but with two additional microtubules in the center.
Unicellular organisms: some bacteria, spermatozoa. I think also diatoms and similar planktonic fauna.
They have Ribosomes,flagella,cytoplasm,cell wall in common.But some are not similar.
NO, flagella is tiny organelles on cells. The tail of sperm and even bacteria has flagella, though.
No protists ure a flagella because only animal cells have a flagella.
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