The Slime Mould Collective

An international network of/for intelligent organisms

SLIMOCO brings together artists, scientists and others interested in slime moulds - to share research, knowledge, experiments, images...

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What are these balls?

Started by Davenwolf in Links & Resources. Last reply by Ryan Teh Han Rong 17 hours ago. 3 Replies

Slime mould species

Started by Josh Hulbert in Links & Resources. Last reply by Natalie Andrew on Monday. 6 Replies

Sourcing Physarum

Started by Heather Barnett in Links & Resources. Last reply by Davenwolf Mar 21. 5 Replies

Suggestions for flow visualization?

Started by Michelangelo von Dassow in Projects & Ideas. Last reply by Michelangelo von Dassow Mar 21. 12 Replies

Electrophysiology set up?

Started by ian in Projects & Ideas. Last reply by Michelangelo von Dassow Mar 16. 3 Replies

A science wiki

Started by Michelangelo von Dassow in Links & Resources. Last reply by Michelangelo von Dassow Mar 11. 1 Reply

 

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"Attacked by a fungus or going into it's next cycle?"
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Michelangelo von Dassow left a comment for Harry Ding
"I'm afraid I can't be much help with regard to your question. I don't work on genomics myself (and I'm no slime mold expert: they are not my main research organism), but in addition to the genome sequencing project Davenwolf…"
15 hours ago
Ryan Teh Han Rong replied to Davenwolf's discussion What are these balls?
"To be honest. At first, I thought they were root nodules but on further thought maybe they weren't. I'm not 100% sure haha. Just a guess :) And you're most welcome :)"
17 hours ago
Davenwolf replied to Davenwolf's discussion What are these balls?
"Wow really? that tiny. Thanks Ryan"
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Harry Ding left a comment for Davenwolf
"Thanks a lot!"
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Slime Mould Domination!! :)
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Ryan Teh Han Rong replied to Davenwolf's discussion What are these balls?
"I'm not too sure. But judging by their spherical structure and brown colour, I'd go so far as to say they're Calostoma cinnabarina, i.e a species of puffball. :) Hope I helped. "
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Davenwolf left a comment for Harry Ding
"Here ya go Harryhttp://genome.wustl.edu/genomes/detail/physarum-polycephalum/ "
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What are these balls?

Hi guys, can someone please identify these balls under the Physarum.Are they some sort of sclerotia or insect poo?See More
22 hours ago
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Harry Ding left a comment for Michelangelo von Dassow
"Hi Dassow, I am new in the slime mould world. I learned about that you are a biologist. Do you have some information about the genomic features aout the slime mould?"
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