Analogy for Flagella?

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A flagellum is a whiplike tail that assists to push a cell forward. A fish would use its tail to help it move forward. In addition, a powerboat is propelled by a rotor, which operates much like a flagellum although it may be important to note that flagella are often longer than the cell; whereas boat motors are relatively small.
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Analogy for Flagellum A flagellum is a "whiplike" tail that serves to propel a cell forward. A fish would use its tail to help it move forward. Also, a powerboat is propelled
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A flagellum is a "whiplike" tail that serves to propel a cell forward. A fish would
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cilia and flagella are involved in movement Buses/Taxis/ cars are involved in moving people from one place to another or maybe you can consider elevators/escalators
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