Flagellum of bacteria and sperm
A flagellum is a lash-like appendage that protrudes from the cell body of certain bacterial and An example of a eukaryotic flagellate cell is the mammalian sperm cell, which uses its flagellum to propel itself through the female reproductive.
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They are typically used to propel a cell through liquid (i.e. bacteria and sperm). However, flagella have many other specialized functions. Some eukaryotic cells.
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Description:Results Patients were divided according to the contaminating species; in each group, we observed fertile individuals, in whom the semen quality was similar to that of controls and infertile men whose sperm quality was significantly decreased, in terms of motility, FI, apoptosis and necrosis. At the base of a eukaryotic flagellum is a basal body , "blepharoplast" or kinetosome, which is the microtubule organizing center for flagellar microtubules and is about nanometers long. The loss of cilia occurred in red algae , some green algae Zygnematophyceae , the gymnosperms except cycads and Ginkgo, angiosperms , pennate diatoms , some apicomplexans , some amoebozoans , in the sperm of some metazoans ,  and in fungi except chytrids. Acute and chronic infections and consequent inflammation in the male reproductive system may compromise the sperm cell function and the whole spermatogenetic process [ 2 — 4 ], causing qualitative and quantitative sperm alterations.