rhizoplast


rhizoplast
Striated contractile structure attached to the basal region of the cilium in a variety of ciliates and flagellates. May regulate the flagellar beat pattern, and is sensitive to calcium concentration. Composed of a 20 kD protein rather similar to spasmin.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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  • rhizoplast — rhi·zo·plast …   English syllables

  • rhizoplast — ˌplast noun ( s) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary rhiz + plast : a fibril that connects the blepharoplast with the nucleus in flagellated cells or organisms …   Useful english dictionary

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