On 7 Aug 2002, Yoram Gerchman wrote:
> Greetings netters
> Just wondering, when a bacteria is making gas vesicles, how does it remove
> the liquids from inside?
> Thanks Yoram
Could it be like this:
1]. The inside of a cell is super-saturated for dissolved CO2 because of
2]. The inside part of the ?proteins? that make the vesicle are really
great for precipitating a little bubble.
Danger: all of the above is speculation. Regards, Mike.