Definition of Motility. Meaning of Motility. Synonyms of Motility

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Meaning of Motility from wikipedia

- to be moved. Motility is genetically determined, but may be affected by environmental factors. For instance, muscles give animals motility but the consumption...
- organism describing its lack of a means of self-locomotion. Absent natural motility sessile organisms are normally immobile. This is distinct from the botanical...
- concentration can also contribute to the activation of sperm motility. In some mammals, sperm motility is activated by increase in pH, calcium ion and cAMP,...
- specified measure is motility grade, where the motility of sperm are divided into four different grades: Grade a: Sperm with progressive motility. These are the...
- twitching motility that relies on a structure called the type IV pilus, and gliding motility, that uses other mechanisms. In twitching motility, the rod-like...
- enterocolitica Motility Master Regulatory Operon, flhDC, Is Required for Flagellin Production, Swimming Motility, and Swarming Motility". Journal of Bacteriology...
- An esophageal motility disorder (EMD) is any medical disorder causing difficulty in swallowing, regurgitation of food and a spasm-type pain which can be...
- clockwise or counterclockwise. They provide two of several kinds of bacterial motility. Archaeal flagella (archaella) are superficially similar to bacterial flagella...
- An esophageal motility study (EMS) or esophageal manometry is a test to ****ess motor function of the upper esophageal sphincter (UES), esophageal body...
- Twitching motility is a form of crawling bacterial motility used to move over surfaces. Twitching is mediated by the activity of hair-like filaments called...
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