Subject: Can a single-celled organism 'run away' from possible danger?
Date: Fri Jan 28 09:32:31 2005
Posted by Walter
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Area of science: Cell Biology
When confronted with a life threatening situation, animals fight or run away
(flight or fight), but what about on the cellular level? For instance, can a
single-celled organism try to get away from something threatening it's survival?
Re: Can a single-celled organism 'run away' from possible danger?
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