3 Replies to “Robustness and bacterial chemotaxis”

  1. Nice guy, very smart, strictly for androids, and MIT students. He should take some pointers from the great retired Physics professor Walter Lewin, "the showman". Love to learn about calculating viscosity, and Pico Newtons. No wonder I went to State College, : ( Thank you for sharing with us mere mortals. We all need a challenge. Press on.

  2. The flagellar do not entangle because they rotate relative to each other. The friction between the filaments must be very low: not sticky.

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