Living beings develop and evolve by exchange and communication with their environment. The information gathered enables them to meet their needs, reproduce or survive. Messages to their various senses are received at receptor sites and used to locate food, detect danger, or find a sexual partner. Some bacteria possess specific chemical receptors which, through a positive or negative chemotactism, enable them to locate nutritious substances and distance themselves from poisons.
KeywordsGluconic Acid Enzyme Biosensor Enzyme Sensor Immunological Agent Anaerobic Fermentation Process
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