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[quote:alnllc5]may Allah swt bless u and grant u jannah ameen![/quote]Ameen, bro.
As a Microbiologist who studies the type III secretion system and how it forms in gram negative bacteria I have to disagree 100% with your claim of irreducible complexity of the bacterial flagellum. The type III secretion system is very similar to the flagella and is thought to have evolved alongside the flagella. It is essentially a straight flagella that forms a needle that is used to inject toxins into host cells. The Type III secretion system does not have the motor and stator system like the flagella does. The flagella could have evolved from more simple structure, perhaps the Type III secretion system. It is only made up of a handful of proteins that simply polymerize into a long chain.
When I purify the proteins needed to make the type III secretion system they form polymers by themselves. It is actually very hard to work with the proteins because they constantly form tube like structures 100% on thier own. They are comprised of very small 70 amino acid proteins (the average protein is hundreds of amino acids). Our lab believes they pack together using nothing more than electrostatic interactions. The construction of flagella and needles for secretion systems is very simple.
Your argument is bogus.