Bacteria talk to each other and cooperate in proposed group activity. How are they doing this without the aid of cell phones, instant messaging or computers?
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(a genus of green alga) for its long graceful flagella (whip like arms) that are used in mobility.
Zach, my neighbor (8 years old), holds Chewy, my puppy (10 weeks old). I asked Zach to let Chewy lick his nose. I took about 10 shots and this was the best one. After which Zach said, "That enough."
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