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Physical Aspects of Multicellular Behaviour

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I will describe experimental and theoretical results relating to the question of how unicellular and simple multicellular organisms interact and coordinate their motion. In particular, I will focus on the mechanism by which multicellular organisms composed of thousands of cells exhibit accurate phototaxis in the absence of a central nervous system, how flagella of such organisms synchronize, and how population behaviour is influenced by hydrodynamic interactions between individual organisms.

This talk is part of the BSS Formal Seminars series.

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