Slime mold any of about 500 species of primitive organisms containing true nuclei and resembling both protozoan protists and fungi.
Slime mold. Polycephalum a yellow slime mold remembers where it ate by reorienting its tendrils toward the food source. That new structure remains in place long after its finished its meal. German scientist sound the bright yellow slime mold records where its last meal was by. Plasmodial slime molds like physarum shown here are basically enormous single cells with thousands of nuclei.
Slime mold slime mold slime mold slime mold slime mold slime mold. The single celled physarum polcephalum or slime mold does not have a brain or nervous system but is able to remember the location of a food source a new study reveals. Slime mold is able to remember information and act on their memories a pretty impressive feat considering they lack any form of central nervous system. The researchers then applied the slime mold algorithm to data containing the locations of 37000 galaxies mapped by the sloan digital sky survey at distances corresponding to 300 million light years.
The term slime mold embraces a heterogeneous assemblage of organisms whose juxtaposition reflects a historical confusion. Pattern formation and slime molds22 in slime molds a projection of the body used for locomotion 2 cellulard slime mold this is the first report on the slime molds of the matsu islands. Slime mold or slime mould is an informal name given to several kinds of unrelated eukaryotic organisms that can live freely as single cells but can aggregate together to form multicellular reproductive structures. Slime molds were formerly classified as fungi but are no longer considered part of that kingdom.