Bacteria Can Learn and Remember, Just Like You


Bacteria Can Learn and Remember, Just Like You

#shorts #available cellular iron #levels #Bacteria #Advertisement Advertisement Yo, bacteria be wildinโ€™. They got memories and shit, even though they donโ€™t have brains. They can pass these โ€œrecollectionsโ€ down to their kids for at least four generations. How do they do it? It all has to do with iron levels. When iron levels are low, bacteria swarm together to search for more iron. When iron levels are high, they chill out and form biofilms. Researchers think this iron-based memory might help bacteria fight off infections and antibiotic resistance. So next time youโ€™re feeling down, just remember that even bacteria got more going on than you do.

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