Penetrating the air-liquid interface is the key to colonization and wrinkly spreader fitness



    These data are the result of experiments undertaken to understand the relative importance of swimming motility on bacterial access to the air-liquid interface of static microcosms, and the effect of increasing liquid viscosity on Wrinkly Spreader evolution, fitness, and biofilm-forming characteristics.

    This work is presented in Jerdan et al., Microbiology 2019;165:1061–1074 DOI 10.1099/mic.0.000844.
    Date made available17 Dec 2019
    PublisherMendeley Data

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