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Cool Video of Bacteria Riding the Fungal Highway.

 
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Came across a cool article in Scientific American that had a neat video of bacteria cruising around in the water film coating fungal hyphae.



The article itself is a quick read but it links to another article that goes into more depth about what is happening and how they think it has affected bacterial systems in the soil.
 
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This video really tied the concept of fungal hyphae and no tilling together for me. Thank you.
 
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