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Zaidlawii are metabolically stable under all conditions, it may be safely concluded from McElhaney and Tourtellotte’s findings that turnover of polar lipid is not obligatory for proper membrane function. 2. Glycolipids The glycolipids that form a major constituent of the poIar lipids of fermentative mycoplasmas are glycosyl diglycerides, acylated sugars and cholesteryl or carotenyl glycosides. I n A . , 1968; Rottem and Panos, 1969) whereas, in Gram-positive bacteria, though widely distributed, they constitute only a minor fraction (Shaw, 1970).

On the other hand, negatively stained cells of M . gallisepticum (Chu and Horne, 1967) and M . , 1967) have spikes on the outer membrane surface, resembling those of the myxoviruses in length and spacing; and some of the viral spikes are known to consist of glycoprotein. Membranes from A . The hexosamine does not appear to be part of a glycolipid since it is not extracted with aqueous acetone and moves independently of the lipid in polyacrylamidegel electrophoresis. It does not appear t o be bound to the protein because it is not released when membrane protein is digested by pronase.

They rather seem to be the result of some environmental perturbation-low pH value in the case of E . coli, centrifugation in the case of M . gallisepticum-but why they appear in M . gallisepticum and not in any other mycoplasma treated in the same way still remains a mystery. C. TRANSFER-RNA Contrary to Kirk and Morowitz’s earlier contention (1969) that the soluble transfer-RNA (tRNA) of M . gallisepticum is much smaller than that of E . coli ( 2 . 0 S), Hayashi et al. (1969)found that the two tRNAs cosediment.

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