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Bacterial Growth and Division
4
Plasmid Replication during the Division Cycle
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4.1
High-copy Plasmids
542
4.2
Low-copy plasmids
542
4.3
Minichromosome Replication during the Division Cycle
542
5
Segregation of Cell Components at Division
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5.1
Segregation of Cytoplasm
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5.2
Segregation of DNA
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5.3
Segregation of the Cell Wall
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6
Are There Events during the Division Cycle?
544
7
Do Checkpoints Control the Bacterial Cell Cycle?
545
8
Temporal Variation of the Bacterial Division Cycle
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9
Alternative Bacterial Division Cycles
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9.1
Caulobacter crescentus
Division Cycle
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9.2
Bacillus subtilis
Division Cycle
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9.3
Streptococcal Growth during the Division Cycle
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10
Mass Increase Is the Driving Force of the Division Cycle
547
11
The Bacterial Growth Law during the Division Cycle
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12
Experimental Analysis of the Bacterial Division Cycle
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13
Genetic Analysis of the Bacterial Cell Cycle
549
14
Die Einheit der Zellbiologie
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Bibliography
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Books and Reviews
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Keywords
C-period
The time for a round of DNA replication, from initiation at the origin to completion at
the terminus. In
Escherichia coli
, the C-period, for cells growing between 20 and 60 min
doubling times, is a constant of approximately 40 min.
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