Do Prokaryotic Cells Have a Flagellum
Q: Do prokaryotic cells have a flagellum?
Do prokaryotic cells have a flagellum?
Prokaryotes often have appendages (protrusions) on their surface. Flagella and some pili are used for locomotion, fimbriae help the cell stick to a surface, and sex pili are used for DNA exchange.
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