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Mark O. Martin

The truly wonderful thing about the microbial world is this: many aspects of it seem not to make sense at first...until one carefully thinks about the microenvironment in which a microbe makes its living.

Something tells me that much will be clearer about these and other processes once we can "perceive" the environment from a "microbial point of view"!

Merry, a wonderful post. These short essays will be VERY useful in describing motility the next time I teach microbiology.

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