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As you already know I work with Chlamydomonas to study how things assemble and function within the cilia (Cilia being short hair like structures on cells). And this is important because all cells (nearly all) have cilia and they are VERY … Continue reading
The System I study: The organism I chose to study is Chlamydomonas. It’s a tiny little single-celled creature with, and this is important, TWO flagella. The flagella are whip-like projections which it uses to move about, to sense its environment, … Continue reading
Hullo and welcome! My name is Aditya and i’m a graduate student currently working in the lab of Dr. David Mitchell. I study, through many biochemical and biophysical techniques, the swimming mechanism of a tiny little critter called Chlamydomonas rheinhardtii. … Continue reading