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Autoradiographic study of hyphal growth during aerial mycelium development in Streptomyces antibioticus

Autoradiographic study of hyphal growth during aerial mycelium development in Streptomyces antibioticus

Journal of Bacteriology 176(7): 2105-2107

The pattern of growth of aerial mycelium in Streptomyces species was investigated by autoradiography. Colonies of Streptomyces antibioticus were labeled with N-acetyl-D-(1-3H)glucosamine to localize the sites of hyphal growth during the development of aerial mycelium. Autoradiographs obtained with sections of the colonies revealed that hyphal growth occurs not only at the top of the colony but also in the inner zones of the aerial mycelium.

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