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Cell lengths have been determined at which cell cycle events occur in the slowgrowing Escherichia coli B/r substrains A, K, and F26. The radioautographic and electron microscope analyses allowed determination of the variation in length at birth, initiation and termination of DNA replication, and initiation of the constriction process and of cell separation. In all three substrains the standard deviation increased between cell birth and initiation of DNA replication. From there on, the standarddoi:10.1128/jb.134.2.423-433.1978 fatcat:slk5e3zq4fha5ghfqi7zdc5sia