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Bacillus Chauvoi. Macé. (Symptomatic Anthrax.)

I. Sugar-gelatin stab culture, six days at 22o.
II. Sugar-agar stab culture, three days at 37°.
III. Sugar-agar stab culture, three weeks at 37°.

IV. Sugar-agar plate, four days at 37° Natural size. Grown as anaerobe.

V. Sugar-agar plate, four days at 370. X 60. Superficial and deep colony. Grown as anaerobe.

VI. Sugar-gelatin plate, four days at 22°. Natural size. Grown as anaerobe.

VII. Sugar-gelatin plate, four days at 22°. X 60. Deep colony, grown as anaerobe.

VIII. Sugar-gelatin plate, two days at 22° X 150. Part of a superficial colony. Grown as anaerobe.

IX. Microscopic preparation. Pure culture on sugaragar, three days at 37° X 1000. Bacilli with spores and free spores. Stained with fuchsin.

PLATE 46. Bacillus cedematis maligni. Koch. (Malignant Edema.)

I. Sugar-agar stab culture, eight days at 37°.

II. Microscopic preparation. Tuft of flagella. X about 1500. Copied from G. Novy (Zeitschrift f. Hygiene," Bd. XVII, Taf. 1, 2).

III. Microscopic preparation. Bacilli with flagella. Pure culture on agar, twenty-four hours old. x 1000. Stained according to Löffler.

IV. Sugar-agar plate, four days at 22°. x 60. Part of a superficial colony.

V. Sugar agar plate, six days at 22° Natural size.

VI. Microscopic preparation. Pure culture on agar, two days old at 37o.

Bacilli with spores.

X 1000. Stained with fuchsin.

VII. Microscopic preparation. Tissue-juice from guinea-pig. Smear preparation. Copied after Fränkel and Pfeiffer (Mikrophotogr. Atlas, Taf. XXIII, 46).

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