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## Figure 2.
Final distributions of bacteria after time interval . Represented are the left-swimming τ = 1000 starting from a random distribution, with d = 0.001, for various response dynamicsL (blue), the right-swimming R (red), and the tumbling population S (yellow). Only the population in -5 >x > 5 is shown. The distribution of attractant is shown with a solid black line. A: high sensitivity negative adaptive response, α_{0 }= 0.01, λ = 100.0, β = 100.0, corresponding to the thick red curve in Figure 4. B: low sensitivity positive linear response, α_{0 }= 0.01, λ = 1.7, β = 0.01, corresponding to the thin blue curve in Figure 4; C: low sensitivity negative adaptive response, α_{0 }= 0.01, λ = 1.7, β = 0.01, corresponding to the thin orange curve in Figure 4; D: low sensitivity hybrid response, α_{0 }= 0.01, λ_{Lin }= 1.1, λ_{Adapt }= 0.6, β = 0.01, corresponding to the thin green line in Figure 4; Note the change in scale
in A. Asymmetry of the curves is due to the non-zero attractant velocity. All three low
sensitivity responses, including the adaptive response, are characterised by a large
fraction of tumbling bacteria co-localised with the attractant, even if the tumbling
population is not large in regions far from the attractant.
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