A survey of the surface structure of spores of the genus Bacillus
Preliminary studies (1, 2) of the spores of species of the genus Bacillus using carbon replicas revealed a diversity of surface patterns. It was suggested that these structures might be of value in the classification of members of this group and, accordingly, a full examination of the genus has been carried out.
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