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Different species inhabit different sensory worlds and thus have evolved diverse means of processing information, learning and memory. In the escalated arms race with host defense, each pathogenic bacterium not only has evolved its individual cellular sensing and behavior, but also collective sensing, interbacterial communication, distributed information processing, joint decision making, dissociative behavior, and the phenotypic and genotypic heterogeneity necessary for epidemiologic success.doi:10.3389/fcimb.2014.00008 pmid:24551600 pmcid:PMC3907765 fatcat:eeul5ic4gnccfoyvfkerhksnnm