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This article could use an explanation of what is going on in swarming motility. Are bacteria cooperating to move as a unit, as, say, human cells do, or do they decide on a particular direction, and each individual cell makes its own way there? If they're moving as a unit, what is the physical mechanism that they use to hold together? Orborde (talk) 21:49, 19 October 2008 (UTC)