Just as humans utilize roads and freeways to move cars and resources around our cities, fungus use fluid networks to move nutrients and nuclei through their cells. Marcus Roper, a professor of mathematics at UCLA, explains how these networks function with remarkable efficiency and prevent microscopic traffic jams.
Produced by Christian Baker
Music by Audio Network
Additional Footage Courtesy of Marcus Roper and UCLA
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About Christian Baker@cpbake
Christian Baker is an independent filmmaker, producer and director of photography.