(am-fit\'rē-kus)A cell with a single flagellum at each end.
Microbiology. Aard_Wark . 2009.
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amphitrichous — am·phit·ri·chous am fi trə kəs adj having flagella at both ends * * * am·phit·ri·chous (am fitґrĭ kəs) [amphi + trich + ous] having a single flagellum, or a single tuft of flagella, at each end; said of a bacterial cell. See flagellum … Medical dictionary
amphitrichous — adj. having a flagellum on each end (pertaining to bacteria) … English contemporary dictionary
amphitrichous — am·phit·ri·chous … English syllables
amphitrichous — (ˈ)am|fi.trəkəs adjective Etymology: amphi + trichous : having flagella at both ends … Useful english dictionary
amphitrichate, amphitrichous — Having a flagellum or flagella at both extremities of a microbial cell; denoting certain microorganisms. [amphi + G. thrix, hair] … Medical dictionary
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amphitrichate — /am fi tri kit/, adj. (of bacteria) having a single flagellum at each end. Also, amphitrichous. [ < Gk amphi AMPHI + trich (s. of thríx hair) + ATE1] * * * … Universalium
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