After a period of flagella-driven forward motion, a bacterium tumbles to change direction. This is caused by

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    all of the above are thought to be true.
     flagella on one side of the cell ceasing rotation while those on the other side remain in rotation.
     a reverse in the direction that the flagella are rotating.
     one set of flagella ceasing rotation while another set begin.
asked May 16, 2012 in Microbiology by anonymous
    

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a reverse in the direction that the flagella are rotating.
answered May 17, 2012 by Bioshare ~Top Expert~ (34,070 points)

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