- type genus of the Chlamydomonadaceae
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A genus of unicellular green algae, usually flagellated. Easily grown in the laboratory and have often been used in studies on flagellar function - a range of paralysed flagellar (pf) mutants have been isolated and studied extensively.
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<botany> A genus of unicellular green algae, usually flagellated. Easily grown in the laboratory and have often been used in studies on flagellar function a range of paralysed flagellar (pf) mutants have been isolated and studied extensively. ... (05 Jan 1998) ...
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genus Chlamydomonas noun
type genus of the Chlamydomonadaceae; solitary doubly-flagellated plant-like algae common in fresh water and damp soil; multiply freely; often a pest around filtration plants
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genus of green biflagellated single-celled organisms of disputed classification, placed botanically in the green algal order, Volvocales, and ... [3 related articles]
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Chlamydomonas is a genus of green algae. They are unicellular flagellates. Chlamydomonas is used as a model organism for molecular biology, especially studies of flagellar motility and chloroplast dynamics, biogenesis, and genetics. One of the many striking features of Chlamydomonas is that it contains ion channels that are directly activated by l
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