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Mark O. Martin

Wow! What a great post!

It's another nail in the coffin of "colicentricity." Our prokaryotic friends are far more variable and intricate and so very clever.

This is a post I will be using in my class. So many students think they "know" microbiology coming into the lecture hall. Posts like this should "shock and awe" them into a more open mind.

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