volutin

(from the article `bacteria`) ...in the bacterial cytoplasm. These bodies are never enclosed by a membrane and serve as storage vessels. Glycogen, which is a polymer of glucose, ...
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volutin

A nucleoprotein complex found as cytoplasmic granules in certain bacteria, yeasts, and protozoa (such as trypanosome flagellates) which serves as food reserves. ... Synonym: volutin granules. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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volutin

Type: Term Pronunciation: vō-lū′tin Definitions: 1. A nucleoprotein complex found as cytoplasmic granules in certain bacteria, yeasts, and protozoa (such as trypanosome flagellates) which serves as food reserves. Synonyms: volutin granules
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