Friday, April 04, 2008


Pseudostreptus pyogenes (Rosenb. 1884) Example from a 2-day culture. Enl. 1:5000

In the genus Pseudostreptus, the diameter of the Cystit increases up above 8 µ. Here, also, the Cystit can become isolated and appears, then, as a perfect giant ball. The Mych and Symmychon appear to be very small in this species.

In the diphtheria pathogen and its numerous kin, the Cystit do not get expelled. In more mature examples, one usually finds on each end of the Syndimychit rod a Telocystit. In some species, there also occur Ascocystit, which prevail in the genus Heterocystia. Continue reading >>

No comments:

Advanced Body Cleansing Kit

Advanced Body Cleansing Kit

[ learn more ]

Add to Cart

Advanced Body Cleansing Kit with Livatrex™, Oxy-Powder®, Latero-Flora™ and two bottles of ParaTrex®.