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Abstract

Summary

Continuous study, at intervals of 1 h, on the advancing edge of the swarm of confirms that this is almost permanently composed of elongated swarmers, and that short, non-swarming forms arise in the interior of the culture where motion has already ceased. Previous errors have probably arisen from inaccurate sampling.

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