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Abstract

SUMMARY: In those members of the genera and studied, the constituent bacteria of Smooth cultures are typically unicellular, containing two chromatinic bodies. On division, a membranous septum is first formed, the bacillus subsequently dividing by constriction at this point.

The constituent bacteria of Rough cultures may comprise several cellular units, typically four, each containing a single chromatinic body and separated by membranous septa which, as growth proceeds, are transformed into true cell-wall septa, by the splitting of which the bacillus divides.

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1948-01-01
2019-10-20
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