A. B. Gafarov

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We isolated 50 strains of free-living ultrasmall bacteria with a cell volume that varies from 0.02 to 1.3 μm3 from a range of natural biotopes, namely permafrost soils, oil slime, soils, lake silt, thermal swamp moss, and the skin integuments of the clawed frog, Xenopus laevis. Of them, 23 isolates, characterized by a cell size of less than 0.1 μm3 and a(More)
The number of spores formed in a single cell of Anaerobacter polyendosporus PS-1T is significantly influenced by the composition of nutrient media. Depending on carbohydrate concentration in synthetic medium, the number of spores may vary from one or two to as many as five to seven. Investigation of spore formation process by fluorescence and electron(More)
We present a detailed report of the method, setup, analysis, and results of a precision measurement of the positive muon lifetime. The experiment was conducted at the Paul Scherrer Institute using a time-structured, nearly 100% polarized surface muon beam and a segmented, fast-timing plastic scintillator array. The measurement employed two target(More)
The mean life of the positive muon has been measured to a precision of 11 ppm using a low-energy, pulsed muon beam stopped in a ferromagnetic target, which was surrounded by a scintillator detector array. The result, tau(micro)=2.197 013(24) micros, is in excellent agreement with the previous world average. The new world average tau(micro)=2.197 019(21)(More)
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