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Starvation-survival of a p-nitrophenol-degrading bacterium.

By D C Herman and J W Costerton


An environmental actinomycetes, capable of utilizing p-nitrophenol as its sole carbon and nitrogen source, was starved for an 8-week period and showed no reduction in its ability to biodegrade p-nitrophenol. Microscopic examination revealed that starvation of the bacterium resulted in the fragmentation of filaments into individual cells

Topics: Research Article
Year: 1993
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