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Marine microbes — though invisible to the naked eye — perform functions that are vital for the health of the ocean. With no vision or hearing, they navigate their environment by following chemical signals. One of these chemicals, DMSP, e...
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Energy-efficient salps swim and forage. To find out more, read a news release at http://cee.mit.edu/news/releases/2010/salp . Video courtesy of Roman Stocker of the MIT Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Kelly Rakow Su...
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1.961 Life at low Reynolds numbersDiffusion-limited uptake: nutrient flux to a sphere When does nutrient uptake occur only by diffusion: The Peclet number Diffusion vs. locomotion: how do you escape from your boundary layer? Diffusion ...
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1.961 Life at low Reynolds numbersThe capillary assay: testing what microorganisms like Diffusion in a pipe Insect tracheae: limits to respiration Diffusion of momentum: an analogy The porosity of eggs and the gas exchange in leaves (ha...
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1.961 Life at low Reynolds numbersBrownian rotational diffusion A bacterial random walk: E. coli’s run-and-tumble swimming Other bacterial swimming modes Brownian constraints on swimming The distribution of tumbling angles
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1.961 Life at low Reynolds numbersMany taxis: chemo-, photo-, pH-, magneto-, rheo-, geo-, aero-, thermo-, gyro-taxis. A computer model of chemotaxis: a sensing random walker with memory Deriving an advection-diffusion equation for bact...
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