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Torrayani<3

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Long thin hair-like appendages, like shown above, can be found in many types of bacteria. What are these called? A. tails B. flagella C. cilia D. ribosomes I think B.

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  1. Torrayani<3
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  2. summerforever21
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    C. cilia

  3. Torrayani<3
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    How?

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    @summerforever21

  5. Zale101
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    Cilia are hairlike vibrating structure it's identical in structure to flagella that provide mobility.

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    |dw:1372112385341:dw|

  7. Zale101
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    The cilia function to move a cell or group of cells or to help transport fluid or materials past them.

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    Thanks @Zale101

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    yw ^_^

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