Discussion :: Bacteria Morphology - Section 1 (Q.No.8)
Bacteria having no flagella are unable to
Answer: Option A
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|Thabani said: (Sep 25, 2013)|
|It true that flagella helps the bacteria to move.|
|Manaseer said: (Oct 12, 2014)|
|Because the flagella is the part of locomotion or movement.|
|Beatrice said: (Nov 18, 2015)|
|The flagella aids the bacteria in movement.|
|Wase said: (May 7, 2016)|
|Bacteria move about their environment by means of long, whip-like structures called flagella.
They rotate their flagella like tiny outboard motors to propel themselves through liquid environments. They may also reverse the direction in which their flagella rotate.
|Diksha Singla said: (Jun 28, 2016)|
|Bacteria move with the help of flagella.|
|David Parantai said: (Aug 25, 2016)|
|Bacteria moves about by aid of a long tail like structure known as flagela.|
|Tara said: (Feb 3, 2017)|
|What about gliding motility?
A bacteria can still move by type IV pilli or secreting mucus and be moving along a surface. So flagella do help the bacteria to move, but if they don't have one, it doesn't necessarily mean they can't move.
|Namdeo said: (Nov 22, 2018)|
|Gliding motility mechanism also present.|
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