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Abstract

SUMMARY: Normal bacilli of have large redox-active granules at the poles of the cells, and smaller ones at the periphery, in the region of the crosswalls. In non-septate filaments produced by growth in the presence of urethane the peripheral granules were not present. This is in accordance with the belief that these are the growing-points associated with the development of the cross-walls.

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