Sociobacteriology: Small Cells Talking And Listening -- And How It May Affect You If You Go Under the Knife
In the early 1980s, I was fortunate to observe that lab strain E. coli colonies are organized structures displaying spatially differentiated expression of their genomes. Each colony was a flower. This observation immediately told me that the bacteria grew as interactive populations capable of coordinating their activities.
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