Microbiology Christmas Tree – luminescent bacteria, giant microbes, and more.

Just a quick holiday post with a 30 second video of an awesome microbiology Christmas tree in Washington state highlighting the very luminescent Photobacterium leiognathi.

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2 Responses to Microbiology Christmas Tree – luminescent bacteria, giant microbes, and more.

  1. Mark O. Martin says:

    Thank you for posting this video of mine! It was fun to do. I took many photos, and my wife did a lovely job of creating a PowerPoint show (we are new to video approaches). Then she converted it into the YouTube compatible format you see above. It is a VERY bright microbe, and my students love tinkering with it…

  2. David Coil says:

    The PowerPoint show seems to work well. I might have to try something like that on our tree next year…

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