Shape-shifting plankton: How plankton cope with turbulence

Microscopic marine plankton are not helplessly adrift in the ocean. They can perceive cues that indicate turbulence, rapidly respond to regulate their behaviour and actively adapt. ETH researchers have demonstrated for the first time how they do this .

Shape-shifting plankton: How plankton cope with turbulence

Microscopic marine plankton are not helplessly adrift in the ocean. They can perceive cues that indicate turbulence, rapidly respond to regulate their behaviour and actively adapt. ETH researchers ...

Wed 15 Mar 17 from Phys.org

How plankton cope with turbulence, Wed 15 Mar 17 from ScienceDaily

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