Hitchhiking, collapse and contingency in phage infections of migrating bacterial populations

Derek Ping
Derek Ping
Tong Wang
Tong Wang
David T. Fraebel
David T. Fraebel

bioRxiv, pp. 378596-10, 2018.

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Abstract:

Natural populations are subject to constant predation pressure by phages. Bacteria use a variety of well-studied molecular mechanisms to defend themselves from predation. However, since are non-motile, perhaps the simplest defense against would be for bacteria to outrun their predators. In particular, chemotaxis, the active migration ...More

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