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Cytological and Chemical Studies of the Growth of Protoplasts of Bacillus megaterium
Journal of Cell Biology
Aeration of protoplasts of Bacillus raegaterium in a succinate buffered nutrient broth led to marked growth similar to that already described by McQuiUen, and the degree of chromatin synthesis in these growing forms prompted a combined cytological and chemical study. Growth was followed by phase contrast and by Feuigen stains, as well as by lipide phosphorus, nucleic acid, and protein analyses. In slide cultures, growth and compression led to monstrous flattened forms with readily visible, butdoi:10.1083/jcb.4.3.257 fatcat:tg56pcd36ne7hbuerhmf7qosoa