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All living things are made up of cells. Some organisms are unicellular, made up of only one cell. Some unicellular organisms may be held together by a matrix or biding materials to form a colony. Other organisms are multicellular, composed of countless number of cells. The life of even the most complicated multicellular organism still starts from a cell - a fertilized egg or zygote. A zygote divides into two, and each newly formed cell subdivides. Further divisions of cells occur continuously until a multitude of cells organize into tissues, tissues into organs, and organs into organ systems of a multicellular organism. The complex life processes which sustaining reactions which the single cell of unicellular organism performs. These are the biological concepts that comprise the so-called 'cell theory'. Basically, the concepts may be summarized into three statements as follows:
What protein makes up prokaryotic flagella?
What are the 3 sections of a flagella
How do flagella move (type of movement and energy source)?
What are the different types of flagellar arrangements
What are runs and tumbles (what direction does the flagellum move for each)?
How does a peritrichous flagellated organism need to do with its flagella to move forward?
What are: chemotaxis, phototaxis, magnetotaxis?
In what types of organisms are gas vacuoles found and what is their function?
What are the 3 types of gliding motility? What do all of them have in common?