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Bacterium coli (Escherich). L. and N.
II. Gelatin streak culture, four days at 22o. In nature is transparent, resembling mother-of-pearl in iridescence. Compare also Plate 16, VI.
III. Agar streak culture, four days at 22°. Compare also Plate 16, v.
IV. Agar stab culture, two days at 22°. Stab canal.
V. Agar stab culture, two days at 22°. Surface growth. VI. Agar plate, four days at 22°. X 60. Deep colo
" nies. Compare also Plate 14, VI. VII. Agar plate, four days at 22° X 60. Part of a
. x superficial colony. May also occasionally present forms like the bacillus acidi lactici. Compare Plate 12, iv; Plate 14, vi; Plate 17, vi. VIII. Agar plate, three days at 22°. Natural size.
IX. Potato culture, five days at 22°. May also be paler or more deeply colored.
X. Bacteria with long flagella of Bacterium brassicæ acide. X 1000. Stained according to Löffler.
XI. Bacterium of pigeon diphtheria surrounded by flagella. X 1000. Stained according to Löffler.
XII. Bacteria with one flagellum, rarely two flagella, of Bact. coli 3 unipolaris. X 1000. Stained according to