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clear as mud

OK, I definitely have a lot of catch-up reading to do.

I've only recently dove into the science side of the blogosphere, but with all the bacterial fun stuff permeating recently, I'm wondering if sooner or later we're going to start to see if there is a truly elegant intracellular structure for bacteria.

I mean, there is but I'm thinking something that rivals the Eukaryotic method of compartmentalization without dropping down walls.

This is still not the general view outside of bacteriology, as far as I can tell (true?), but I personally thing there is something rather intricate there.

I assume the trick in conceiving of its nature will involve breaking through the "can you have true organization without compartmentalization?" issue.

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