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Swarming motility

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Swarming motility is a rapid 2–10 μm/s and coordinated translocation of a bacterial population across solid or semi-solid surfaces, and is an example of bacterial multicellularity and swarm behaviour Swarming motility was first reported by Jorgen Henrichsen and has been mostly studied in genus Serratia, Salmonella, Aeromonas, Bacillus, Yersinia, Pseudomonas, Proteus, Vibrio and Escherichia

Pseudomonas aeruginosa swarming motility Bacteria of the species /Bacillus subtilis/ were inoculated at the center of a dish with gelose containing nutrients The bacteria start mass-migrating outwards about twelve hours after inoculation, forming dendrites which reach the border of the dish diameter 90mm within a few hours Two days after inoculation the number of bacteria has increased so much that they diffuse light significantly and appear white This picture was taken against a lightsource to make the dendrites white branched structures clearly stand out

This multicellular behavior has been mostly observed in controlled laboratory conditions and relies on two critical elements: 1 the nutrient composition and 2 viscosity of culture medium ie % agar One particular feature of this type of motility is the formation of dendritic fractal-like patterns formed by migrating swarms moving away from an initial location Although the majority of species can produce tendrils when swarming, some species like Proteus mirabilis do form concentric circles motif instead of dendritic patterns

Contents

  • 1 Biosurfactant, quorum sensing and swarming
  • 2 Cellular differentiation
  • 3 Ecological significance
  • 4 References

Biosurfactant, quorum sensing and swarming

In some species, swarming motility requires the self-production of biosurfactant to occur Biosurfactant synthesis is usually under the control of an intercellular communication system called quorum sensing Biosurfactant molecules are thought to act by lowering surface tension, thus permitting bacteria to move across a surface

Cellular differentiation

Swarming bacteria undergo morphological differentiation that distinguish them from their planktonic state Cells localized at migration front are typically hyperelongated, hyperflagellated and grouped in multicellular raft structures

Ecological significance

The fundamental role of swarming motility remains unknown However, it has been observed that active swarming bacteria of Salmonella typhimurium shows an elevated resistance to certain antibiotics compared to undifferentiated cells

References

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  2. ^ Henrichsen, J 1972 "Bacterial surface translocation: a survey and a classification" PDF Bacteriological reviews 36 4: 478–503 PMC 408329 PMID 4631369 
  3. ^ Alberti, L; Harshey, RM 1990 "Differentiation of Serratia marcescens 274 into swimmer and swarmer cells" Journal of Bacteriology 172 8: 4322–8 PMC 213257 PMID 2198253 
  4. ^ Eberl, L; Molin, S; Givskov, M 1999 "Surface Motility of Serratia liquefaciens MG1" Journal of Bacteriology 181 6: 1703–12 PMC 93566 PMID 10074060 
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  8. ^ Young, GM; Smith, MJ; Minnich, SA; Miller, VL 1999 "The Yersinia enterocolitica Motility Master Regulatory Operon, flhDC, Is Required for Flagellin Production, Swimming Motility, and Swarming Motility" Journal of Bacteriology 181 9: 2823–33 PMC 93725 PMID 10217774 
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  16. ^ McCarter, Linda L 2004 "Dual Flagellar Systems Enable Motility under Different Circumstances" Journal of Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology 7 1–2: 18–29 doi:101159/000077866 PMID 15170400 
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  19. ^ Daniels, Ruth; Vanderleyden, Jos; Michiels, Jan 2004 "Quorum sensing and swarming migration in bacteria" FEMS Microbiology Reviews 28 3: 261–89 doi:101016/jfemsre200309004 PMID 15449604 
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