Cell motility due to movement of eukaryotic cilia or bacterial-type flagella or archaeal-type flagella.
This term should not be used for direct manual annotation. This term may be used for mapping to external vocabularies in order to create electronic annotations.
See comment below for further information.
Note that we deem eukaryotic cilia and microtubule-based flagella to be equivalent, while the bacterial- and archaeal-type flagella have a different structure. The former are microtubule-based structures that lash back and forth and are present only in eukaryotes, while the latter achieve motility by rotation. Bacterial- and archaeal-type flagella are superficially similar but have a different molecular composition and fine structure. These three structures never co-exist in the same organism. Therefore, GO:0001539 'cilium or flagellum-dependent cell motility' is in the subset of terms that should not be used for direct gene product annotation. Instead, select a child term. Direct annotations to GO:0001539 'cilium or flagellum-dependent cell motility' may be amended during annotation QC.
Synonyms are alternative words or phrases closely related in meaning to the term name, with indication of the relationship between the name and synonym given by the synonym scope.
Click on the icon for more details.
ciliary or bacterial-type flagellar motility
This chart is interactive; you can click on the term boxes and legend for more information.
This table lists all terms that are direct descendants (child terms) of GO:0001539: