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&nbsp;Basal Bodies&nbsp;are small complex structures embedded in cell surface to which flagella hook is connected<ref>Neidhardt FC, Ingraham JL, Schaechter M. Physiology of the Bacterial Cell: A Molecular Approach. Massachusetts: Sinauer Associates. 1990.</ref>.&nbsp;The basal bodies of the Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria vary due to the difference in their outer envelope stuctures. They contain 15 or more proteins that cluster together to form a rod to which 4 rings are attached in Gram-negative bacteria and 2 rings in Gram-positive bacteria<ref>Neidhardt FC, Ingraham JL, Schaechter M. Physiology of the Bacterial Cell: A Molecular Approach. Massachusetts: Sinauer Associates. 1990.</ref>.
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Basal Bodies&nbsp;are small complex structures embedded in [[cell|cell]] surface to which [[flagella|flagella]] hook is connected<ref>Neidhardt FC, Ingraham JL, Schaechter M. Physiology of the Bacterial Cell: A Molecular Approach. Massachusetts: Sinauer Associates. 1990.</ref>.&nbsp;The basal bodies of the [[Gram-positive|Gram-positive]] and [[Gram-negative|Gram-negative]] [[bacteria|bacteria]] vary due to the difference in their outer envelope stuctures. They contain 15 or more [[proteins|proteins]] that cluster together to form a rod to which 4 rings are attached in Gram-negative bacteria and 2 rings in Gram-positive bacteria<ref>Neidhardt FC, Ingraham JL, Schaechter M. Physiology of the Bacterial Cell: A Molecular Approach. Massachusetts: Sinauer Associates. 1990.</ref>.<br>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:15, 10 December 2018

Basal Bodies are small complex structures embedded in cell surface to which flagella hook is connected[1]. The basal bodies of the Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria vary due to the difference in their outer envelope stuctures. They contain 15 or more proteins that cluster together to form a rod to which 4 rings are attached in Gram-negative bacteria and 2 rings in Gram-positive bacteria[2].

References

  1. Neidhardt FC, Ingraham JL, Schaechter M. Physiology of the Bacterial Cell: A Molecular Approach. Massachusetts: Sinauer Associates. 1990.
  2. Neidhardt FC, Ingraham JL, Schaechter M. Physiology of the Bacterial Cell: A Molecular Approach. Massachusetts: Sinauer Associates. 1990.
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