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Synonyms for flagellated

having or resembling a lash or whip (as does a flagellum)

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67%) were presumed to be positive for Trypanosoma evansi flagellated protozoan parasite.
We are particularly excited that the TLR11 knockout may be an animal model for other enteropathogens" - pathogens that cause intestinal disease - "and potentially, other flagellated epithelial pathogens, including those that infect the lungs and urogenital tract.
The ex-Luton midfielder and well-travelled coach is convinced that the new identity means a new chapter and a spring in the step of everyone associated with his hot-tempered boys from Belgrade, and while it's easy to be cynical there was certainly no obvious sense of togetherness when S&M were being soundly flagellated in Germany.
As some members of his closest entourage were able to hear with their own ears, Karol Wojtyla flagellated himself both in Poland and in the Vatican," Oder wrote.
ROME: The late Pope John Paul flagellated himself regularly to emulate Christ s suffering and signed a secret document saying that would resign instead of ruling for life if he became incurably ill, a new book shows.
When He dines with His apostles, rebukes sinners, or even when He is flagellated, we see an ordinary man.
At the festival, worshippers flagellated themselves with chains and thousands crammed the narrow streets around the shrine of Imam Musa Kadhim in Kadhimiya.
Hauled before Pilate, the Roman governor of Palestine, Jesus is first flagellated then commanded to carry a cross through the streets of Jerusalem to Golgotha hill, where he will be crucified.
Hauled before Pilate (Shopov), the Roman Governor of Palestine, Jesus is first flagellated then commanded to carry a cross through the streets of Jerusalem to Golgotha hill where he will be crucified for his alleged crimes.
Jesus is beaten and flagellated by Roman soldiers, and forced to carry his own cross through Jerusalem to his crucifixion.
It was no doubt a personal triumph for Baziotes to transcend the feelings with which his colleagues flagellated themselves.
Detailed electron microscopic studies on the metamorphosis of the coeloblastula revealed that the larva consists of four types of cells: flagellated cells, bottle cells, vesicular cells, and free cells in a central cavity.
A gram variable, endospore forming, facultatively anaerobic, flagellated bacillus was isolated from a sample of surface soil.
Included within these pelagic food webs are flagellated and ciliated protozoa and rotifers, which are both abundant and important constituents of the plankton community in terms of secondary production and nutrient cycling (Stockner and Porter 1988).
Among the flagellated protists are a number of groups composed of obligate parasites of the intestines of vertebrate and invertebrate hosts.