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    • Flows, morphology, and memory: study of a living network 

      Kramar, Mirna Elizabeta (2020-06-22)
      The complex behaviour of the slime mould Physarum polycephalum, a simple eukaryote, has been puzzling researchers since its discovery. The giant unicellular, but multinucleate organism is highly successful at tackling ...
    • Impact of mechanically-regulated auxin transport dynamics on plant morphogenesis 

      Diniz Ramos, João Rafael (2021-10-21)
      Auxin is a major plant growth regulator whose interaction with cell wall properties is central to its role. Efflux carriers of this phytohormone of the PIN-FORMED family (PIN) respond to the mechanical state of the tissue. ...
    • Morphogenesis Control By Mechanical Stress 

      Khadka, Jason (2019-08-29)
      Morphogenesis of plants and animals often emerges from mechanical moulding and deformations. Yet, how precisely cells as individual mechanical entities can act to shape a tissue reliably and ef- ficiently is still puzzling. ...
    • On mass transport in Physarum polycephalum 

      Bäuerle, Felix Kaspar (2019-12-20)
      The network-forming slime mold Physarum polycephalum has proven to be the epitome of self-organization. As a single cell it adapts seemingly intelligent to stimuli, integrating various inputs to create a coordinated response ...