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If there is a single key to understanding the generation and maintenance of asymmetry in Caulobacter, it may lie in the cell poles. It is instructive to follow the fate of the poles through the swarmer and stalked cell cycles (Fig. 7; see also 151). When Caulobacter divides, two new poles are formed opposite each of the original poles marked by either a stalk or a flagellum. In both the swarmer and the stalked cell progeny, this new pole is eventually destined to become a swarmer pole, though the assumption of this identity is delayed in the swarmer progeny until after the current swarmer pole has converted into a stalked pole.