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I admit I'm one of those people who tend to self-flagellate and is too tethered to my to-do list, sometimes defeated by it.
These cells, called choanocytes, resemble independent animals of the Protozoa, known as flagellate Infusoria or Choanoflagellata.
Most of the flagellate infusoria do just the reverse; they are anodically sensitive or positively galvanotactic.The Wonders of Life|Ernst Haeckel
Other modifications are whip-like processes, or flagellate filaments, called vibracula, which constantly beat the water.
C, Later stage, resolving itself into two flagellate gametes.
An aberrant flagellate bearing a single flagellum and a silicious skeleton resembling those of the Radiolaria.Marine Protozoa from Woods Hole|Gary N. Calkins