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Cell locomotion

Cell locomotion

(Science: cell biology) movement of a cell from one place to another.


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Monera small, simple single prokaryotic cell (nucleus is not enclosed by a membrane); some form chains or mats absorb food ... form with specialized eukaryotic cells; do not have their own means of locomotion photosynthesize food mosses, ferns, woody and non-woody flowering plants ...

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cyanobacteria

... observations and possible explanations E. Hoiczyk A1 Laboratory of Cell Biology, The Rockefeller University, 1230 York Avenue, New York, NY ... characteristic structural features that may play a role in this type of locomotion. Among these features are the distinct cell surfaces formed by ...

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