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Abstract

The properties of four phages and eleven phages are presented. Most of these phages are species specific; some have a limited intraspecies action. The two groups of phages are serologically distinct, but the members of each group are related serologically. All the phages have slow adsorption rates. The phages are citrate insensitive, while some of the phages are citrate sensitive. The phages have shorter latent periods than the phages and this correlates directly with the generation times of their hosts. The phages are large and have a tadpole appearance.

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