Microbial Intelligence

The intelligence shown by microorganisms is microbial intelligence (popularly known as bacterial intelligence). The definition includes complex adaptive behavior in single cells and altruistic or cooperative acts in populations of similar or unlike cells mediated by chemical signals that trigger physiological or behavioral changes in cells and influence colony structures. A few examples of Microbial Intelligence are:

  • Biofilms
  • Bacterial colony optimization
  • Oral Contraceptives

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