Definition of Arthrospores
1. arthrospore [n] - See also: arthrospore
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Literary usage of Arthrospores
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Text Book of General Bacteriology by Eugene Franklin McCampbell, William Dodge Frost (1910)
"arthrospores. — In certain vegetative bacterial cells, Clado- thrix, ... These cells are called arthrospores.1 It is claimed that ..."
2. Bacteria and Their Products by German Sims Woodhead (1891)
"... —Flagella—Modes of Multiplication and Development—Division— Rate of Vegetative Multiplication — Endospores — arthrospores— Classifications of Cohn, ..."
3. A Text-book upon the pathogenic bacteria: For Students of Medicine and by Joseph McFarland (1909)
"The formation of arthrospores is less clear, and seems to be the conversion of the ... arthrospores have been observed particularly among the micrococci, ..."
4. The Principles of Bacteriology by Ferdinand Hueppe (1899)
"K, the formation of arthrospores in rods from direct observation (Hu- eppe); the previously homogeneous protoplasm becomes granular (a), contracts (ft), ..."
5. Twentieth Century Practice: An International Encyclopedia of Modern Medical by Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1900)
"Streptococcus; produces chains; arthrospores definitely known; endospores doubtful. ... The great uncertainty which surrounds the so-called arthrospores, ..."
6. Atlas and essentials of bacteriology by Karl Bernhard Lehmann, Rudolf Otto Neumann (1897)
"8) are also said to FIO. a — arthrospores of vibrio exhibit increased resist- ... proof of the formation of arthrospores which exhibit increased resistance, ..."