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Abstract

SUMMARY: In the sporulation of , a rod-like fusion nucleus is formed from the two nuclear units typical of a ‘smooth’ bacillus. The fusion nucleus divides into two smaller rods, one of which degenerates; the other is included in the spore. The nucleus remains rod-shaped until the maturation of the spore is almost complete, when it is transformed into a spherical, eccentric spore nucleus.

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1950-01-01
2019-10-15
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