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The image at left captures the spiral motion of a bacterium’s body. Using a new technique to track the swimming motion of a single bacterium, researchers have discovered that the movement of the bacterium’s body — not just thrust from the flagellum — allows movement through fluids. The finding could shed new light on the evolution of cell body shape.
Image credit: Breuer lab/Brown University