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SUMMARY: The synthesis and breakdown of poly--hydroxybutyric acid in growing cultures of selected strains of Rhizobium, Spirillum and Pseudomonas are described. The occurrence of the polymer in root nodules of tropical and temperate leguminous plants is reported.

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