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"Single cells exhibit a diverse array of swimming strategies at low Reynolds number to search for nutrients, light, and other organisms. The fluid flows generated by their locomotion are important to understanding biomixing and interactions between cells in suspension..."
biomechanics, cellular biophysics, flow measurement, fluid oscillations, hydrodynamics, microorganisms, propulsion, suspensions, velocity measurement
Guasto, J. S., Johnson, K. A., & Gollub, J. P. (2011). Measuring Oscillatory Velocity Fields Due to Swimming Algae. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/physics_papers/221
Date Posted: 20 January 2012
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