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Involution form

An irregular or atypical bacterial cell produced as a result of exposure to unfavorable conditions.

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... of itself, cause the Protits to stick together and acquire tails and form spheres with nuclei on their edges that finally turn into bacterial ... produces the acids it needs to continue its evolution, de-evolution, involution, namely lactic and citric acids. The red blood cells begin to ...

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