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A system, usually in the context of bacteria, that is used to coordinate activity and behavior with other, nearby organisms.

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What is the point of inter-species specific quorum-sensing?

So apparently, according to this TED video, there is a kind of quorum sensing involving a universal, inter-species specific molecule that all bacteria secrete. Is there any evidence of bacteria being ...
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Are Lambic beers the product of quorum sensing?

Lambic beers are a Belgian specialty which is still made by open-air "inoculation" by airborne microbiota first, followed by additional yeasts, LAB bacteria and more joining in at the time of ...
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What are the differences between G+ and G- bacteria?

The distinction between Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria is based upon the Gram staining method, that reflects the bacterial wall physical properties. However, this classification involves ...
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Models of quorum sensing for multi-agent systems

Quorum sensing is a system of stimulus and responses correlated to population density that is used by bacteria to coordinate gene-expression. I am looking for a simple computational/mathematical model ...
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