susceptibility of ultra-bacteria to heat?

*selah* soma at iii.dorsai.org
Tue Jul 13 03:47:54 EST 1999

On Mon, 12 Jul 1999 13:16:44 -0500, Timothy Paustian
<paustian at bact.wisc.edu> wrote:
>*selah* wrote:
>> So it sounds
>> like maybe these "ultra bacteria" are possibly like an in-between stage of
>> devolopment (between viruses and bacteria)?
>I doubt it. Just another form of life.
>What source are you reading? You may be misreading them, but keep

The source is an article named "FUNGUS, The species specific understanding
of, and difference between bacterial phase and fungal phase developments
in blood pictures" which is on the web at: 

The section I was referring to said:  "Species of microorganisms which
exhibit fungal variants in tissue (in vivo) are only microscopically
visible in the blood as the most elementary and minute primitive spore
forms, ranging in size up from approximately 0.15 microns." And then
further on: "Virus is a primitive stage of development that all
microorganisms share and this phase is virtually invisible in the present
context of known light microscopy techniques." 

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