Recherches sur la lysogénie chez Bacillus thuringiensis et B. cereus

@inproceedings{Ackermann1978RecherchesSL,
  title={Recherches sur la lysog{\'e}nie chez Bacillus thuringiensis et B. cereus},
  author={H.-W. Ackermann and W. A. Smirnoff},
  year={1978}
}
Forty-eight strains of Bacillus thuringiensis and 12 strains of B. cereus were treated with ultraviolet light and mitomycin C. The former agent was the more effective inducer. Bacillus thuringiensis produces at least seven different phage particles with long, non-contractile tails. The frequencies of lysogeny and polylysogeny are 83 and 25% respectively. Morphologically defective phages occur in 25% of strains, whereas five of them produce low molecular-weight bacteriocins. One strain of B… CONTINUE READING