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Abstract

SUMMARY: The microcysts or resting cells of Bacteriaceae have three typical forms, which are regular and recognizable, and by which the Family may be divided into three groups.

The first type of microcyst is small, oval and eccentrically nucleate; it is typical of , and and spp. with the exception of which forms a very large, oval microcyst, with a central nucleus. The microcysts of spp. resemble those of produces large, spherical or oblong microcysts with a small, central nucleus.

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2021-07-28
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