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Fig. 1 | Cilia

Fig. 1

From: Basal body structure in Trichonympha

Fig. 1

Trichonympha collaris. The entire Trichonympha cell is covered by flagella, except for the bottom part, where pieces of wood can be seen inside the cell. The rostrum is located at the top of the cell as indicated. A Trichonympha collaris cell is approximately 100 μm. Image from Kirby [7]

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