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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 available||17 Dec 2019|
Jerdan, R., Kuśmierska, A., Petric, M. & Spiers, A. J., 1 Oct 2019, In : Microbiology. 165, 10
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