Quorum Sensing Bacteria

The mechanisms of everpresent bacteria in the human body mimic much of our own human behavior, when we act. Pathogenicity, the call to arms for men at war, bacteria hungry for lunch, humans husbanding individual strength for collective undertaking,defines the tipping point or critical mass required to engage an army of hundreds or thousands to infect a body, plant crops, harvest, make effective ci

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301349050
About Guy Herman

Guy Herman gained his formative training from Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, Plato, Nietzsche, Darwin and Freud. Raised between the Crown Colony Islands of the Caribbean and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Herman received formal training in Latin from Charles Jenney, politics from Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Political Science, revolution and civil disobedience from Howard Zinn and Psychology from Bruno Bettelheim, Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. Little is known of his current whereabouts but for occasional sightings to and from the offices of the Nobel Committee in Oslo Norway.

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