Many cells have specialized cytoskeletal structures called flagella and cilia

Many cells have specialized cytoskeletal structures called flagella and cilia

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Many cells have specialized cytoskeletal structures called flagella and  cilia.   Flagella   are   long,   hairlike   organelles   that   extend   from   the   cell,  permitting it to move.  In   prokaryotic   cells,   such   as   bacteria,   the   flagella   rotate   like   the 
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Unformatted text preview: propeller of a motorboat. In eukaryotic cells, such as certain protozoa and sperm cells, the flagella whip about and propel the cell....
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