Blepharoplast

A granule at the base of a flagellum in protozoans that is apparent when stained. Also called a basal body or kinetosome.
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blepharoplast

Alternative name for a basal body. An organelle derived from the centriole and giving rise to the flagella. Found chiefly in Protozoa and Algae.
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blepharoplast

Alternative name for a basal body. An organelle derived from the centriole and giving rise to the flagella. Found chiefly in Protozoa and Algae. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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blepharoplast

Type: Term Pronunciation: blef′ă-rō-plast′ Synonyms: basal body
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