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Origin-of-Polar-Order-in-Dense-Suspensions-of-Phototactic-Micro-Swimmers-pone.0038895.s001


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Summary[edit] DescriptionAPI English: Negative phototaxis. Negative phototactic light causes algae movement in a direction opposite to the light source stimulus (green arrows) (top). The algae were light adapted before experiments. Cell density distribution along the microfluidic channel main axis (bottom). Net-mass transport induced by phototaxis causes change of the algae accumulation from one end of the channel to the other. Date 2012 Source Video S1 from Furlan S, Comparini D, Ciszak M, Beccai L, Mancuso S, Mazzolai B (2012). "Origin of Polar Order in Dense Suspensions of Phototactic Micro-Swimmers". PLOS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0038895. PMID 22723904. PMC: 3378596. Author Furlan S, Comparini D, Ciszak M, Beccai L, Mancuso S, Mazzolai B Permission
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Furlan S, Comparini D, Ciszak M, Beccai L, Mancuso S, Mazzolai B
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