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SUMMARY: Under adverse conditions, may autolyse, or surviving cells may divide into progressively shorter cells which may even appear to be coccal. We have not observed a complex ‘life cycle’, but the cells whose cytoplasm has been reduced show qualitative differences which we term ‘regression’.

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