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Bacteria affect fruit fly behavior by reducing their need and craving for protein-rich food!

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Bacteria could help treat corrosion to preserve ancient iron artifacts!

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Bacteria that produce antibiotic molecule can also use it for communication between cells!

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Separate groups of bacteria can each thrive better when they take turns growing instead of competing!

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A stable community of only 7 bacteria around corn roots take on similar functions to the much more diverse soil community!

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Filament-forming organisms help bacteria swim through soil and exchange genes with each other! Also, new feature: microbe of the episode!

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Viruses infecting cyanobacteria can produce proteins that actually help their host capture light better!

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Roundworms in soil can carry with them bacteria they eat to grow new food, like farmers!

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Filament-forming organisms help bacteria swim through soil and exchange genes with each other! Also, new feature: microbe of the episode!

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Thursday, 23 February 2017 13:27

Viral arbitrium - TWiM 146

Vincent, Elio and Michael discuss the finding of a prion in bacteria, and how communication between bacteria guides the decision between lysis and lysogeny.

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