Life cycle of a budding and appendaged bacterium belonging to morphotype IV of theBlastocaulis-Planctomyces group

@article{Tekniepe2005LifeCO,
  title={Life cycle of a budding and appendaged bacterium belonging to morphotype IV of theBlastocaulis-Planctomyces group},
  author={Barbara L. Tekniepe and J. Schmidt and P. Starr},
  journal={Current Microbiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={5},
  pages={1-6}
}
The budding process of cell division in a bacterial strain (ICPB 4232) belonging to morphotype IV of theBlastocaulis-Planctomyces group was followed in aerobic slide cultures. [...] Key Result Budding invariably occurred at the broader pole of the ovoid, nonmotile mother cell. The separated daughter cell (bud), a motile swarmer, locomoted by means of an ensheathed flagellum attached at its broader pole.Expand

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