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Priyadarshan Damle

I think that fifteen minutes is a very short time for host infection, Bdellovibrios cell division and host cell lysis and then presumably the parasite undergoes multiple rounds of cell division before it lyses the host (would not make sense in terms of energy balance if the parasite just undergoes a single round of division before lysing the host).

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