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What are flagella? A. hairlike fibers for mobility B. bacteria found on plants C. fruit that grows in rain forests D. leaves found on flag trees
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User: What are flagella? A. hairlike fibers for mobility B. bacteria found on plants C. fruit that grows in rain forests D. leaves found on flag trees

Weegy: At the base of a eukaryotic flagellum is a basal body, "blepharoplast" or kinetosome, which is the microtubule organizing center (MTOC) for flagellar microtubules and is about 500 nanometers long.
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