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Chlamydia trachomatis, the most common bacterial sexually transmitted disease agent worldwide, enters a viable, non-dividing and non-infectious state (historically termed persistence and more recently referred to as the chlamydial stress response) when exposed to penicillin G in culture. Notably, penicillin G-exposed chlamydiae can reenter the normal(More)
In most katydids, females listen to and locate a stationary, singing male for mating. Pair formation differs in phaneropterine katydids where pairs form duets and the male typically Þnds the female after hearing her acoustic reply to his song. We recorded the duetting behavior of two cryptic species of phaneropterines, Amblycorypha rotundifolia (Scudder)(More)
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