What is a flagellum and capare prokaryotes/eukaryotes flagella
Flagellum is stiff, corkscrew-shaped protein attachments that rote to propel them forwards.
Eukaryote flagella: Has plasma membrae around it, has a 9 + 2 arrangement of microtubules, like sperm movement, straight,flexible and moves back and forth(whip like)
Prokaryotes flagella: Prokaryotes may have one or many flagella for locomotion. Bacterial flagella are entirely outside the cell membrane (plasma membrane) and are normally visible only with the aid of an electron microscope.