1887

Abstract

SUMMARY: Thirty strains of were isolated from soil, vegetation and water, and nine strains were received from other sources. At the time of isolation the new strains were of a white or sporogenous colony type, but rapidly produced asporogenous and rough variants. Four bacteriophages were isolated from a variant of a soil strain and from soil and sewage. These differed in host-strain specificity, particle size, heat resistance, citrate sensitivity and serological reactions.

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1949-09-01
2020-01-26
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