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The usual axonemal arrangement of microtubules is


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6 pairs of doublets radially arranged at the periphery with a single centrally located microtubule

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6 pairs of doublets radially arranged at the periphery with a pair of centrally located microtubules

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9 pairs of doublets radially arranged at the periphery with a pair of centrally located microtubules

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9 pairs of doublets radially arranged at the periphery with a single centrally located microtubule

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The correct option is D

9 pairs of doublets radially arranged at the periphery with a pair of centrally located microtubules


The flagella are enclosed by a plasma membrane. Within the membrane is a core called axoneme. The axoneme has 9 pairs of doublets of microtubules radially arranged at the periphery and a pair of centrally located microtubules.


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