1 edition of Mycoplasmatales and the L-phase of bacteria. found in the catalog.
Mycoplasmatales and the L-phase of bacteria.
|Statement||Editor: Leonard Hayflick. Foreword by Emmy Klieneberger-Nobel.|
|Contributions||Hayflick, Leonard, ed.|
|LC Classifications||QR82.M93 M9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 731 p.|
|Number of Pages||731|
|LC Control Number||68054562|
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The lack of a cell wall may well be responsible for the poor co-ordination of the two processes, especially considering that in bacteria their co-ordination is also adversely affected by cell-wall removal, when peculiar bud-like forms, as in L-phase cultures, are produced. Generally, dextrose provides bacteria with a carbon source, and can be supplemented with 5% blood to provide additional growth factors for fastidious micro- organisms 1 5. Media Supplements The growth media recommended for some bacterial species may require the addition of components not already available in the base medium.5/5(1).
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The chapters which follow in the book each deal with specialized aspects of the Mycoplasmatales and the L-phase of bacteria, each author being a specialist in his own subject. Speaking for himself, the reviewer found the chapter on the classification by D.
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THE MYCOPLASMATALES AND THE L-PHASE OF BACTERIAAuthor: Leonard Hayflick. Mycoplasmatales[‚mīkō‚plazmə′tālēz] (microbiology) The single order of the class Mollicutes; organisms are gram-negative, generally nonmotile, nonsporing bacteria which lack a true cell wall.
Mycoplasmatales an order of very small microorganisms that differ from true bacteria (Eubacteriae) by the absence of a cell wall. Mycoplasmatales. The Mycoplasmatales and the L-Phase of Bacteria. Leonard Hayflick, on-Century-Crofts, New York, xxii + pp., illus. $30Author: York E. Crawford. Wall-less Cells.
(Book Reviews: The Mycoplasmatales and the L-Phase of Bacteria)Author: Charles D. Kochakian. For decades the study of Mycoplasma (or P.P.L.O. as they were then known) was the preserve of veterinarians interested in bovine pleuropneu-monia and microbiologists interested in 'L' forms.
In Marmion, Chanock, and others isolated M. pneumoniae from cases of human atypical pneumonia and attracted the interest of a large number of medical : L. Hayflick. Mycoplasmata is the trivial name for species 6.
Antigens of the Mycoplasmatales and Chlamydiae in genus Mycoplasma though the term mycoplasmas (the English common name) is used more frequently. Similarly acholeplasmata would be the trivial name for organisms in genus Acholeplasma though acholeplasmas is being by: 4. Mycoplasma pneumoniae is a very small bacterium in the class is a human pathogen that causes the disease mycoplasma pneumonia, a form of atypical bacterial pneumonia related to cold agglutinin disease.
pneumoniae is characterized by the absence of a peptidoglycan cell wall and resulting resistance to many antibacterial persistence of M. pneumoniae Class: Mollicutes.
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and MON K, M. UNLABELLED Mycoplasma are bacteria that can penetrate and μm rated sterilizing-grade filters and even some μm rated filters. Primary applications for mycoplasma filtration include large scale mammalian and bacterial cell culture media and serum filtration.
The Parenteral Drug Association recognized the absence of standard industry test parameters for. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: Joseph W.
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Author(s): Hayflick,Leonard Title(s): The Mycoplasmatales and the L-phase of bacteria. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts [c] Description: xix, p.
illus. Language: English LCCN: MeSH: L. The genome of mycoplasmas. In The Mycoplasmatales and the L-Phase of Bacteria. Hayflick, Ed.: Appleton-Century-Crofts Partial purification of native rRNA. For further R. FALLON AND P.
WHITTLESTONE general information on the mycoplasmas and L-forms the reader is referred to a multi-author book entitled "The Mycoplasmatales and the L-phase of Bacteria" (Hayflick, ).
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G. Scadding.L-FORM BACTERIA L-form bacteria, also known as L-phase bacteria, L-phase variants, and cell wall-deficient (CWD) bacteria, are strains of bacteria that lack cell walls. They were first isolated in by Emmy Klieneberger-Nobel, who named them “L-forms” after the Lister Institute in London where she was working.
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