Morphological and physical characteristics and macromolecular composition of E. coli B/r H cells cultured at 3 different growth rates

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Organism Bacteria Escherichia coli
Reference Woldringh & Nanninga (1985). Structure of nucleoid and cytoplasm in the intact cell. In Molecular Cytology of Escherichia coli, N. Nanninga, ed. (London: Academic Press), pp. 161–197. p.165 table 1
Primary Source Churchward G, Bremer H, Young R. Macromolecular composition of bacteria. J Theor Biol. 1982 Feb 7 94(3):651-70.PubMed ID6176814
Comments "In table 1 the morphological and physical characteristics as well as the macromolecular composition of the three model cells growing with doubling times (T(D)) of 21, 44, and 150 min, respectively, have been summarized. It may be repeated here that the size parameters in table 1 hold for living cells." See note beneath table and remarks on right side of table
Entered by Uri M
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