What kind of cells have flagella?


What kind of cells have flagella?

Cells Having Flagella:

Flagella are a means of whip-like locomotion for some microscopic organisms in liquid environments and also a means of locomotion for a particular type of cell in animals used in sexual reproduction. In the world of microbes, there are some protozoans like euglena where flagella is the only method of locomotion for the organism. Such organisms belong to the group called flagellates.

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In animal sexual reproduction, one cell type in particular uses flagellar motion as its primary means of locomotion in liquid, moist environments....

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Flagella: Definition, Structure & Functions


Chapter 32 / Lesson 20

What does flagella do? Read about flagella structure, function, and arrangements, including differences between cilia vs flagella and the four types of flagella.

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