axoneme

The central microtubule complex of eukaryotic cilia and flagella with the characteristic '9 + 2' arrangement of tubules when seen in cross-section.

Axoneme

Core of a cilium of flagellum, comprising micro-tubules.

axoneme

<cell biology> The central microtubule complex of eukaryotic cilia and flagella with the characteristic 9 + 2 arrangement of tubules when seen in cross-section. ... (12 Mar 1998) ...
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axoneme

(akĀ“so-nēm) the central core of a cilium or flagellum, consisting of a central pair of microtubules surrounded by nine other pairs.
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axoneme

(from the article `algae`) ...are transported. The spindle apparatus, which separates the chromosomes during nuclear division, consists of microtubules. Finally, certain kinds ... A cilium, like a flagellum (q.v.), is composed of a central core (the axoneme), which contains two central microtubules that are surrounded by an ... Cilia...
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axoneme

Type: Term Pronunciation: ak′sō-nēm Definitions: 1. The central thread running in the axis of the chromosome. 2. The distinctive array of microtubules in the core of eukaryotic cilia and flagella comprising a central pair surrounded by a sheaf of nine doublet microtubules. Synonyms: axial filament
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Axoneme

Numerous eukaryotic cells carry whip-like appendages (cilia or eukaryotic flagella) whose inner core consists of a cytoskeletal structure called the axoneme. The axoneme serves as the `skeleton` of these organelles, both giving support to the structure and, in some cases, causing it to bend. Though distinctions of function and/or length may be m.....
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axoneme

A geometrically packed assemblage of microtubules (subcellular scaffolding) used to support flagella, the arms of Heliozoa, etc.
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