Cells of Salmonella enteritidis change shape as they grow. This scanning
electron micrograph shows a mixture of small cells with filaments and very large
cells that lack filaments. Small cells arise only during certain growth stages
and efficiently contaminate eggs when the time is right.
Image Number D036-1
Photo by P.J. Guard-Petter, digital colorization by Stephen Ausmus.
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