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Compound light microscope
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Transmission electron microscope Scanning electron microscope
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Mycobacterium leprae visualized by SEM Mycobacterium leprae visualized by TEM
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Primary structure of a polypeptide
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Secondary structure formed by RNA
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Free-living protoplast (no cell wall) Mycoplasma pneumoniae
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Eukarya cell walls Cellulose Chitin Glycoprotein GlcA(β1→3)Gal(βl→3)Gal(βl→4)Xyl(β1→O)Ser
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Unformatted text preview: monotrichous lophotrichous amphitrichous peritrichous Types of Flagellation Proton motive force drives the flagellar motor to rotate the flagellum filament. + + + + Spore germination Outgrowth Germination Chloroplast Golgi complex tubulin F-actin Brown alga S. rigidula Eukaryotic cytoskeleton...
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