TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «AMPHITRICHOUS»
The term «amphitrichous» is barely ever used and occupies the 197.189
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
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Microbiology for Surgical Technologists
There are four types of flagella; peritrichous, lophotrichous, amphitrichous, and
monotrichous. Bacteria that have flagella that surround their entire surface are
referred to as peritrichous (Schaecter et al., 1997). Those with multiple flagella at
Paul Price, Kevin B. Frey, 2003
A Text Book of General Bacteriology
(1) Monotrichous — one flagellum at one end (Ex. Pseud- omonas pyocyanea) (
Fig. 22). (2) Lophotrichous — several flagella at one end in a bunch (Ex. Spirillus
rugula) (Fig- 23). (3) Amphitrichous — flagella at both ends, one at each (Ex.
William Dodge Frost, Eugene Franklin McCampbell, 1910
Respiratory Care Sciences: An Integrated Approach
Others have a single flagellum at each end of the cell and are named
amphitrichous. Bacteria possessing one flagellum located at one end of the cell
are called monotrichous. This classification is outlined below. Classification
William Wojciechowski, 2014
Cell Surface Extensions—Advances in Research and ...
have identified an unprecedented system for spatially regulating cell division in C
. jejuni composed by FlhG, a regulator of flagellar number in polar flagellates,
and components of amphitrichous flagella. Similar to its role in other ...
Microbiology: Principles and Explorations
Bacteria with a single polar flagellum located at one end, or pole, are said to be
monotrichous (mon-o-trik0-us; Figure 4.12a); bacteria with two fla- gella, one at
each end, are amphitrichous (am-fe-trik0- us; Figure 4.12b); both types are said
Microbiology for Health Careers
Monotrichous bacteria possess a single polar flagellum, whereas amphitrichous
bacteria have flagella at both ends. Lophotrichous bacteria contain a tuft of
flagella at one end, and peritrichous bacteria have flagella all over their surface ...
Lynne I. Grover-Lakomia, Elizabeth Fong, 1998
An Introduction to Practical Biotechnology
... results of Motility Test Medium. Recognize monotrichous. lophotrichous.
amphitrichous. and peritrichous flagellar arrangements. ' 1 I. ENUMERATION OF
MICROORGANISMS A. INTRODUCTION (PLATE COUNT) The Microbiology /
Text Book Of Botany Diversity Of Microbes And Cryptogams
Vibrio cholerae, Pseudomonas. (ii) Amphitrichous. When the bacterial cell
possesses one or more flagella at both the ends, it is said to be amphitrichous (
Fig. 11C). It is a relatively uncommon pattern of flagellation; e.g., Nitrosomonas,
Oxford English Dictionary Additions Series
Microbial, designating or pertaining to bacteria having one or more flagella at
each pole. 1900 DORLANI) Med. Dict. 38/1 *Amphitrichous. 1928 F. W. TANNER
Bacterial. iv. 63 The adjectives used to denote the presence or absence of
J. A. Simpson, Michael Proffitt, E. S. C. Weiner, 1997
Genetics: Classical to Modern
(c) Amphitrichous. Bacteria with two flagella, one at each end. Monotrichous and
amphitrichous bacteria are also referred to as polar. (d) Lophotrichous. Bacteria
with two or more flagella at one or both the ends. (e) Peritrichous. Bacteria with ...