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[vol-yuh-tin] /ˈvɒl yə tɪn/
noun, Cell Biology
basophilic nucleoprotein granules in the cytoplasm or the vacuoles of certain microorganisms.
Origin of volutin
< German Volutin (1903), equivalent to (Spirillum) volut(ans) a species of bacteria + -in -in2 Unabridged
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  • As phosphate is one of the key molecules in energy usage, a phosphate volutin granule is quite an exciting thought.

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