Abstract

We can now recapitulate the main ideas that, on the one hand, support our methods and demonstration and, on the other hand, lead to a new point of view on the role and origin of chance in living things. We can also draw consequences in terms of new research directions and applications.

Keywords

Migration Bacillus 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of Lyon and CNRSLyonFrance

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