Data from: Dynamic curvature regulation accounts for the symmetric and asymmetric beats of Chlamydomonas flagella

Pablo Sartori, Veikko F. Geyer, Andre Scholich, Frank Jülicher & Jonathon Howard
Cilia and flagella are model systems for studying how mechanical forces control morphology. The periodic bending motion of cilia and flagella is thought to arise from mechanical feedback: dynein motors generate sliding forces that bend the flagellum, and bending leads to deformations and stresses, which feed back and regulate the motors. Three alternative feedback mechanisms have been proposed: regulation by the sliding forces, regulation by the curvature of the flagellum, and regulation by the normal...
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