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“That is the year Michael Behe came face-to-face with his own difficult scientific problem: the evolution of the bacterial flagellum, a tail-like rotor that aids in cellular locomotion.”
“The planet has a scorpion tail-like half-ring in orbit, although this is not visible in either The Plan or Razor.”
“Dynein is a motor protein that is found in flagella, the long tail-like structure that projects from certain types of cells like sperm to help the cell move.”
“Diatoms have non-growing siliceous shells and thus need silicate for growth while dinoflagellates move by the action of tail-like projections called flagella.”
“With ambition, im - agination, outgrowth, nutriment, with everything crammed belligerent - ly inside itself, its fibres breed mon - opoly — a tail-like, wedge-shaped engine with the secret of expansion, fused with intensive heat to the color of the set - ting sun and stiff.”
“For instance, cells in the airways may be helped to move their tail-like cilia to push mucus along.”
“Simple, plain mushrooms are my favorite, but shiitake can make it exotic, and enoki, with its little bulbous head and long tail-like stem, shaped like well, you know, is downright erotic.”
“This version of pepper consists of individual berries and their tail-like stems.”
““You can clearly see,” Corky said, “that the dorsal shell is segmented in plates like a terrestrial pill bug, and yet the two prominent tail-like appendages differentiate it as something closer to a louse.””
“The dangling bootstrap was even curled into a poisonous, tail-like shape.”
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