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SUMMARY: The most abundant fatty acids of as determined by gas- liquid chromatography, were 18: 1, 16: 1, 16: 0, 12: 0, 15: 0, 17: 0 and cyclopropane acid 17Δ. The composition of the two morphological forms of this bacterium differed, in that the stalked bacteria and isolated stalk fragments contained more 16: 0 and 17 Δ, and less 16:1 than the swarmers.

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