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Behind in position or towards the posterior


Word origin: Latin posterior, comparative of posterus (coming after).


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The Fiber Disease

... developmental pattern. Some representative genera are Neocallimastix, Pyromyces, and Orpinomyces. The zoospores of the Neocallimastigales are posteriorly uniflagellate or posteriorly multi-flagellate. A second centriole has not been found associated with the kintetosome; the latter also lacks ...

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