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Shapely Bacteria: Slender Cells with Lovely Curves

  • Aired: 01/23/2008
  • 01:12:03
  • Rating: TV-G
Doug Weibel, Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry, UW-Madison Learn about bacteria cell shape, why it's important, and the technique for controlling it as Doug Weibel lectures about his passions: biology, chemistry, and physics. He gives a brief background before getting into the research he has done and the techniques used to control the movements and shapes of bacteria.
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Doug Weibel shares his enthusiasm about bacteria and the research he has done.
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