Sources for Further Study

Amos, W. Bradshaw, and J. G. Duckett, eds. Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Flagella. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1982. Serves to make the distinctions between the two forms clear.

Raven, Peter H., Ray F. Evert, and Susan E. Eichhorn. Biology of Plants. 6th ed. New York: W. H. Freeman/Worth, 1999. Describes briefly the flagellated sperm of several plant phyla for the beginning student, offering the context for botanical studies.

Satir, Peter. Structure and Function in Cilia and Flagella. New York: Springer, 1965. A brief monograph. Illustrations, bibliography.

Sleigh, Michael A., ed. Cilia and Flagella. New York: Academic Press, 1974. At five hundred pages and illustrated, a set of important studies. Illustrated; bibliographies.

Wilson, Leslie, William Dentler, and Paul T. Matsudaira, eds. Cilia and Flagella. Methods in Cell Biology 47. San Diego: Academic Press, 1995. At more than six hundred pages, this text is designed for biology students, researchers, and professionals working in laboratories, covering the roles of cilia and flagella in eukaryotic organisms, the cell cycle, cell-cell recognition and other sensory functions, methodologies, and applications to human diseases. Illustrated, with bibliography and index.

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