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Question 1: The bacterial flagellum is driven by a rotary engine made up of protein (Mot complex), located at the flagellum's anchor point on the inner ________.
Cell membraneCell nucleusVesicle (biology)Cell (biology)

Question 2: Vesicles (Exosome - Lysosome - ________ - Phagosome - Vacuole)
EndosomeCell nucleusCell membraneCell (biology)

Question 3: An example of a flagellated bacterium is the ulcer-causing ________, which uses multiple flagella to propel itself through the mucus lining to reach the stomach epithelium.
Escherichia coliHelicobacter pyloriPseudomonas aeruginosaPeptic ulcer

Question 4: More details appear under ________.
EukaryoteBacteriaFlagellumEvolution of flagella

Question 5: Gram-negative organisms have 4 such rings: the L ring associates with the ________, the P ring associates with peptidoglycan layer, the M ring is embedded in the plasma membrane, and the S ring is directly attached to the plasma membrane.
Lipid ASuperantigenLipopolysaccharideEndotoxin

Question 6: This article incorporates content from the 1728 Cyclopaedia, a publication in the ________.
Intellectual propertyCopyrightCopyright infringementPublic domain

Question 7: Bacterial flagella are motorized by a flow of H+ ________ (or occasionally Na+ ions); archaeal flagella are almost certainly powered by ATP.
ElectrolyteLithium-ion batteryHalf cellIon

Question 8: Intraflagellar transport (IFT), the process by which axonemal subunits, ________, and other proteins are moved up and down the length of the flagellum, is essential for proper functioning of the flagellum, in both motility and signal transduction.
Chemokine receptorMetabotropic receptorReceptor (biochemistry)Membrane receptor

Question 9: The ________-generating motor that powers rotation of the archaeal flagellum has not been identified.
EnergyTorqueForceAngular momentum

Question 10: The archaeal flagellins are typically modified by the addition of N-linked ________ which are necessary for proper assembly and/or function.
GlycosylationGlycanCarbohydrateGlycoprotein







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