Tag: bacterial communication

Could Bacteria Communicate by Bouncing Electrons Around Their Chromosomes?

By Veronique Greenwood | April 25, 2011 6:13 pm

e coli

What’s the News: A group of physicists say they’ve found a way to account for the mysterious radio signals that may be emanating from colonies of E. coli—and it’s not because they’re trying to get our attention.

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