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Abstract

Fruiting bodies of representative genera of the order Myxobacterales Jahn 1915 were examined by using a “Stereoscan” electron microscope (Cambridge Instrument Co.). Speciesof Myxococcus. Chondrococcus. Melittangium. Chondromyces, Archangium, and Stigmatella were examined. The instrument was found to be of value in studying the detail of fruiting bodies.

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