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1. Filament
The stalk of a stamen ; a thread one or more cells thick; in cyanobacteria , a trichome enclosed in a mucilaginous sheath. Compare anther .

2. Filamentous
In the form of very long rods, many times longer than wide.

3. Filamentous bacteriophage
A type of single-stranded DNA bacteriophage ( virus which infects bacteria ) that has a capsid which is long and thin, like a filament. Examples include the viruses F1 and M13.

4. Filaments
Slender, thread-like stalks that make up the stamens of a flower; topped by the anthers .

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