biflagellate


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biflagellate

[bī′flaj·ə‚lāt]
(biology)
Having two flagella.
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Similarly, biflagellate sperms commonly observed in fish from location III were also detected with lack of dynein arms in humans, by Baccetti et al.
Many algae, such as Ulva, in addition to biflagellate gametes, exhibit flagellated zoospores (quadriflagellate in the case of Ulva) produced by the sporophyte.
Alexeieff proposed a new genus for questionable amoeboid forms, which he named Nagleria in honor of Nagler's work in identifying amoebae that pass through a biflagellate stage.
Baccetti and Afzelius (1976) described 4 main types of sperm: primitive, modified, biflagellate, and aflagellate.
They were subsequently placed on a slide, and mobile biflagellate zoospores were seen.