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Halobacteria usually respond to repellent light stimuli by reversing their swimming direction. However, cells seem to be in a refractory state when stimulated immediately after performance of a reversal. I found that in this case, a special type of response is exhibited rather than spontaneous behavior. A strong stimulus induced a rhythmic pattern of(More)
Halobacterium salinarium swims alternately in both directions of its cell axis. The average time between two reversals of the swimming direction is modulated by light stimuli. It is a matter of dispute whether the sensitivity to attractant stimuli depends on the time of stimulation during an interval. This question is crucial for model descriptions of the(More)
Are we in the midst of a paradigm change in biology and have animals and plants lost their individuality, i.e., are even so-called ‘typical’ organisms no longer organisms in their own right? Is the study of the holobiont—host plus its symbiotic microorganisms—no longer optional, but rather an obligatory path that must be taken for a comprehensive(More)
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