Surprising Beauty Found in Bacterial Cultures

09:23 EST 14 Jan 2020 | Science Blog

Microbial communities inhabit every ecosystem on Earth, from soil to rivers to the human gut. While monoclonal cultures often exist in labs, in the real world, many different microbial species inhabit the same space. Researchers at University of California San Diego have discovered that when certain microbes pair up, stunning floral patterns emerge. In a […]

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