Gelatin is not lique- fied; leucine is generally utilized as a sub- strate. Illustration: Warming, op. cit., 1876, PI. Cells 1.0 by 8 to 18 microns; coiled to X, fig. 12. occupy 1}4 to 4 turns, the latter commonly 4 microns wide by 4 microns long. The cuffs should be tucked under the gloves. If double gloves are worn, the outer glove should be over the gown cuff and the inner glove should be under the gown cuff. Illustrations : INIolisch, op. cit., 1907, Plate II, fig. 15; van Niel, op. cit., 1944, fig. 7-8, p. 19; fig. 39-45, p. 96; fig. 46-54, p. 97. Genvs II. Rhodospirillum Molisch, 1907, emend, van Niel, 1944- (Molisch, Die Purpurbakterien, Jena, 1907, 24; van Niel, Bact. The federal government cannot distinguish between religions based on a belief in the existence of God as against religions founded on different beliefs, nor can it require that religious beliefs be acceptable, logical, consistent, or comprehensible to others to merit First Amendment protection. Bethesda: American Society of Hospital Pharmacists. 69. McLendon, B.F. and Bron, A.F. 1978. «Corneal toxicity from vinblastine solution.» Br. J. Ophthalmol. 62;97-9. 70. National Sanitation Foundation. 1990. Standard No. 49 for Class II (Laminar Flow) Biohazard Cabinetry.
Other students break up these large genera into many smaller ones. Much of the confusion in modern bacteriological terminology is to be attributed to this fact. Some grow as branching mycelial threads whose diameter is not greater than that of ordinary bacterial cells, i.e., about one micron. Sciences 78:652-9. 59. Matthews, T. and Boehme, R. 1988. «Antiviral activity and mechanism of action of ganciclovir.» Rev. Illustration: Winogradsky, loc. cit., PI. Ill, fig. 8. Genus IX. Thiopolycoccus Winogradsky, 1888. (Schwefelbacterien, Leipzig, 1888, 79.) Thi.o.po.ly.coc’cus. Or. noun thium sulfur; Gr. adj. poly many; Gr. noun coccus a berry; M.L. noun coccus; M.L. mas.n. Thiopolycoccus with man}’- sulfur cocci.
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