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The organism is an actively motile spiral thread, about four times the diameter of a red corpuscle in length.
The organism is a short, thick diplobacillus, is frequently intracellular, and is Gram-negative (Fig. 126).
It is probably caused by two micro-organisms living in symbiosis—one a fusiform bacillus, the other a long spirillum (Fig. 124).
Upon ulcerated surfaces it is often mingled with other spiral micro-organisms, which adds to the difficulty of its detection.
He watched as Arnold conferred with a group of his techs about a micro-chron, and the time was carefully noted for Central Record.
The state is, therefore, an artificial organism for the promotion of individual and collective good.
Albert selected all the incriminating letters and documents he could find and packed the micro-files in his jacket.
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Pathological micro-organisms have very complicated products which are in large part poisonous.
There are certain diseases which are not called specific, because they may be produced by various micro-organisms.
There are other infective diseases, in which we have not yet found the causative micro-organism, but we presume its existence.

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