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Abstract

Rates of lysis by lysozyme (expressed as the decrease in min) of synchronously dividing cells of rose in concert with the stepwise increase in cell numbers. Asynchronously growing cells showed no periodicities in sensitivity; rates of lysis reflected the exponential increase in culture density.

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