Talk:Swarming Motility in Proteus Mirabilis: Causative Agent of UTIs

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I really enjoyed your page it was easy to read and mostly free of gramatical errors (none jumped out so I would say free of errors but there may be one or two little things and I wouldn't want you to miss them). Additionally, it was an interesting topic that you explained and researched well. The solid surface swarming bit is kinda scary to think about!!!! Some little things I noticed were that you need to link in the pictures. If you click on the red link on where your picture should be it will take you to the place to do that. It's super easy once you've figured it out. Also you should italicize all scientific names by placing and around the name. You should also always capitalize the genus (first part) of a scientific name and E. coli . I also know there's a code you can use to create sub scripts for the chemical equation used, if you look on the template page I think it shows you how. Again I really liked your page! ~Kiersten