monotrichous
(mon-ot\'rī-kus)
Having a single flagellum.

Microbiology. . 2009.

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  • monotrichous — Denoting a microorganism possessing a single flagellum or cilium. SYN: monotrichate, uniflagellate. * * * mo·not·ri·chous mə nä tri kəs adj having a single flagellum at one pole used of bacteria * * * mon·ot·ri·chous (mə notґrĭ… …   Medical dictionary

  • monotrichous — adj. possessing one flagellum at one pole (Biology) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • monotrichous — mo·not·ri·chous …   English syllables

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