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Hans-Günther Döbereiner left a comment for Gus Xia
"Dear Gus, please send me an email to hgd@uni-bremen.de Which Group are you in/do you lead ? Best wishes HG"
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"Dear Hans-Günther, I saw your beautiful picture "Physarum Polycephalum on Agar". I was wondering what kind of agar did you use in this picture? Normally people have to put oats in the agar plate, but in this picture it seems…"
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"Thanks for your comment of our AxioZoom picture of a network.  What article in the Smithsonian are you refering too excatly ? I´m curious! Best HG"
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Physarum Polycephalum

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The First International Workshop on Physarum Transport Networks at Columbia University

December 3, 2015 to December 5, 2015
This workshop shall unite the growing family of researchers working on Physarum topics or other slime molds encompassing a wide range of disciplinesSee More
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The First International Workshop on Physarum Transport Networks at Columbia University

December 3, 2015 to December 5, 2015
This workshop shall unite the growing family of researchers working on Physarum topics or other slime molds encompassing a wide range of disciplinesSee More
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Name
H-G Döbereiner
Interest in slime moulds
We are Biological Physicists interested in Physarum motility and structure formation as it forages via its extended transport network. We also look at active movement in mouse fibroblast cells.
Academic Institution (if applicable)
Universität Bremen
Website
http://www.biophysik.uni-bremen.de/start/doebereiner-group/
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hgd@uni-bremen.de

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At 22:29 on October 13, 2016, Gus Xia said…

Dear Hans-Günther,

I saw your beautiful picture "Physarum Polycephalum on Agar". I was wondering what kind of agar did you use in this picture?

Normally people have to put oats in the agar plate, but in this picture it seems nutrition mixed with the agar is decent for the growth. In our experiment, we'd rather not use oat because it will block/affect the shape.

Thanks,

Gus

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