||Bacteria Syntrophobacter fumaroxidans
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||P.1 2nd paragraph: "The bacterium Escherichia coli can divide every 20 min in the laboratory under aerobic, nutrient-rich conditions. But how often does it divide in its natural environment in the gut, under anaerobic conditions where it probably spends much of its time close to starvation? And what do [investigators] make of a bacterium, such as Syntrophobacter fumaroxidans, which only doubles in the laboratory every 140 h [primary source]. Does this reflect a slow doubling time (DT) in the wild, or [their] inability to provide the conditions under which it can replicate rapidly?"