Clostridium

  • 1Clostridium — Clostridium …

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  • 2Clostridium — SEM micrograph of Clostridium difficile colonies from a stool sample. Scientific classification Domain …

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  • 3Clostridium — acetobutylicum Clostridium aerotolerans Clostridium botulinum Clostridium colicanis Clostridium difficile Clostridium formicaceticum Clostridium novyi Clostridium perfringens Clostridium tetani Clostridium es un género de bacterias baciláceas… …

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  • 4clostridium — n. {clostridia} 1. spindle shaped bacterial cell esp. one swollen at the center by an endospore. Syn: clostridia. [WordNet 1.5] 2. [capitalized] a genus of anaerobic, spore forming motile bacteria of the family {Bacillaceae}, including several… …

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  • 5clostridium — [kläs trid′ē əm] n. pl. clostridia [kläs trid′ēə] [ModL < Gr klōstēr, a spindle (see CLOTHO) + ModL idium, dim. suffix < Gr idion: so named from its shape] any of a large genus (Clostridium) of spore forming, anaerobic, rod shaped bacteria …

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  • 6Clostridium — См. Клостридий (Источник: «Словарь терминов микробиологии») …

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  • 7Clostridĭum — (lat.), die Spindelform, die an den Enden abgerundete Stäbchenbakterien annehmen, wenn es bei der Ausbildung der mittelständigen Sporen zu einer Austreibung des Stäbchens kommt …

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  • 8Clostridium — Género de bacterias anaerobias formadoras de esporas de la familia Bacillaceae implicadas en la gangrena gaseosa, el botulismo, la intoxicación alimentaria, las celulitis, la infección de heridas y el tétanos. Diccionario Mosby Medicina,… …

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  • 9 Clostridium — Clostridium …

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  • 10Clostridium — Clostridien Clostridium botulinum Systematik Domäne: Bakterien Stamm …

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  • 11Clostridium —   Clostridium …

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  • 12Clostridium — A group of anaerobic bacteria (bacteria that thrive in the absence of oxygen). There are 100+ species of Clostridium. They include, for examples, Clostridium difficile, Clostridium perfringens (also called Clostridium welchii), and Clostridium… …

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  • 13Clostridium — Clos|tri|di|um auch: Clost|ri|di|um 〈n.; s, di|en〉 Gattung anaerober, sporenbildender Bakterien (Krankheitserreger) [latinisiert <grch. kloster „Spindel“ + eidos „Gestalt“] * * * Clos|t|ri|di|um, das; s [zu griech. klōste̅̓r = Spindel]:… …

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  • 14clostridium — clostridial, clostridian, adj. /klo strid ee euhm/, n., pl. clostridia /klo strid ee euh/. Bacteriol. any of several rod shaped, spore forming, anaerobic bacteria of the genus Clostridium, found in soil and in the intestinal tract of humans and… …

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  • 15clostridium — noun (plural clostridia) Etymology: New Latin, genus name, from Greek klōstēr spindle, from klōthein to spin Date: 1884 any of a genus (Clostridium) of spore forming mostly anaerobic soil or intestinal bacteria compare botulism, tetanus •… …

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  • 16clostridium — noun Any of several mostly anaerobic gram positive bacteria, of the genus Clostridium, that are present in the soil and in the intestines of humans and animals …

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  • 17clostridium — ● clostridion ou clostridium nom masculin (grec klostridion, petit fuseau) Bactérie anaérobie stricte à Gram positif …

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  • 18Clostridium — Clo|stri̱dium [Verkleinerungsbildung zu gr. ϰλωστηρ = Spinner; Spindel] s; s: Gattung sporenbildender Bakterien, Anaerobier. Clo|stri̱dium botuli̱num: anaerober Sporenbildner der Gattung Clostridium, Erreger des ↑Botulismus. Clo|stri̱dium… …

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  • 19Clostridium — n. a genus of mostly Gram positive anaerobic spore forming rodlike bacteria commonly found in soil and in the intestinal tract of humans and animals. Many species cause disease and produce extremely potent exotoxins. C. botulinum grows freely in… …

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  • 20clostridium — clos•trid•i•um [[t]klɒˈstrɪd i əm[/t]] n. pl. clos•trid•i•a [[t]klɒˈstrɪd i ə[/t]] mcr any of several rod shaped, spore forming, anaerobic bacteria of the genus Clostridium, found in soil and in the intestinal tract • Etymology: < NL (1880)… …

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