Talk:CH391L/S13/QuorumSensing

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*'''[[User:Kevin Baldridge|Kevin Baldridge]] 16:45, 6 March 2013 (EST)''':There are some formatting issues that should be addressed. For example, the arsenic sensing section has two figures that cannot fit side by side as is, so you should reduce the size of one or maybe fill in some of the blank space with text. The "multiple sensing" section looks like a good model for the others, the text and images fit together nicely.
*'''[[User:Kevin Baldridge|Kevin Baldridge]] 16:45, 6 March 2013 (EST)''':There are some formatting issues that should be addressed. For example, the arsenic sensing section has two figures that cannot fit side by side as is, so you should reduce the size of one or maybe fill in some of the blank space with text. The "multiple sensing" section looks like a good model for the others, the text and images fit together nicely.
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*'''[[User:Catherine I. Mortensen|Catherine I. Mortensen]] 11:24, 7 March 2013 (EST)''':Is it practical to use P. aeruginosa bacterium as a means of ridding the ocean of tarballs and oil considering this bacterium is lethal to organisms? If it was possible to rid P. aeruginosa's ability to create biofilm make the bacterium considerably less lethal?

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  • Kevin Baldridge 16:45, 6 March 2013 (EST):There are some formatting issues that should be addressed. For example, the arsenic sensing section has two figures that cannot fit side by side as is, so you should reduce the size of one or maybe fill in some of the blank space with text. The "multiple sensing" section looks like a good model for the others, the text and images fit together nicely.
  • Catherine I. Mortensen 11:24, 7 March 2013 (EST):Is it practical to use P. aeruginosa bacterium as a means of ridding the ocean of tarballs and oil considering this bacterium is lethal to organisms? If it was possible to rid P. aeruginosa's ability to create biofilm make the bacterium considerably less lethal?
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