. Fig. 14. Various stages in the flexions and transverse divisions of Treponema (Spirochoeta gallinarum). (Hindle) sion. This is accomplished only after a series of movements con- sisting of doubling back on itself, coiling of the two portions, un- coiling and eventual separation. The process is illustrated in Fig. 14, the successive stages of the process being indicated by the let- ters a to h. Sometimes the separation occurs as illustrated in e, but usually takes place after the position h is reached. Whether or not transverse division takes place directly without previous flexion has not be

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. Fig. 14. Various stages in the flexions and transverse divisions of Treponema (Spirochoeta gallinarum). (Hindle) sion. This is accomplished only after a series of movements con- sisting of doubling back on itself, coiling of the two portions, un- coiling and eventual separation. The process is illustrated in Fig. 14, the successive stages of the process being indicated by the let- ters a to h. Sometimes the separation occurs as illustrated in e, but usually takes place after the position h is reached. Whether or not transverse division takes place directly without previous flexion has not be

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