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Caulobacter crescentus is a gram-negative α-proteobacterium known for its characteristic adhesive stalk and a tolerance to nutrient deprivation. Found mostly in oligotrophic (nutrient-depleted) aquatic environments, Caulobacter responds to changes in resource availability with dynamic metabolic and morphological alterations. We isolated a mutant strain with reduced stalk length; the mutation mapped to gene CC3617, a mannose 6-phosphate isomerase. During phosphate starvation, wild-type cellsdoi:10.7282/t3-ngdz-nx12 fatcat:7sycb23vwndxplbljpudmwi2sm