1887

Abstract

SUMMARY: The long-chained and short-chained variants of and possess a structure closely resembling that of rough and smooth bacillary variants. Cocci of the long-chained strains are frequently divided by transverse cell walls into two cells, each containing a single chromatinic body. Short-chained strains fail to form transverse cell walls, the cocci dividing by constriction; they are unicellular and usually contain a pair of chromatinic bodies. Analogous types occur in and In one of these types the cells contained a well-defined central granule, dividing with the coccus.

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1948-05-01
2020-01-27
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