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One of the more natural but less commonly studied forms of colonial bacterial growth is pattern formation. This type of growth is characterized by bacterial populations behaving in an organized manner to generate readily identifiable geometric and predictable morphologies on solid and semi-solid surfaces. In our first attempt to study the molecular basis of(More)
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