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Meaning of bacteria

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Meaning of BACTERIA ~PL.~ in English
  1. A primitive form of photosynthesis observed in some bacteria using only one photosystem and some reducing agent other than water.
  2. A layer of slime of variable composition that covers the surface of some bacteria with loosely associated capsules; capsulated cells of pathogenic bacteria are usually more virulent than cells without capsules because the former are more resistant to phagocytic action.
  3. Bladder inflammation caused by bacteria.
  4. Implantation and growth of bacteria with formation of vegetations on the arterial wall, such as may occur in a patent ductus arteriosus or arteriovenous fistula.
  5. Growth of a bacterial culture either by increase in cell material or cell number.
  6. The condition in which colonization by one bacterial strain prevents colonization by another strain.
  7. Pericarditis produced by bacterial infection.
  8. A virus that “infects” bacteria; a bacteriophage.
  9. Infection of the lung with any of a large variety of bacteria, especially streptococcus pneumoniae (pneumococcus).
  10. Infection of the human vagina that may be caused by anaerobic bacteria, especially by mobiluncus species or by gardnerella vaginalis. characterized by excessive, sometimes malodorous, discharge.
  11. Relating to bacteria.
  12. Of or pertaining to bacteria.
  13. a genus of bacteria
  14. any endotoxin or exotoxin formed in or elaborated by bacterial cells
  15. layer of sand or gravel used to expose sewage effluent to air and the action of microorganisms
  16. a species of bacteria
  17. relating to or caused by bacteria
  18. any chemical agent that destroys bacteria
  19. See bacterium.
  20. Of bacterium
  21. Plural of bacterium.
  22. The inhibition of one bacterium by another.
  23. A cast in the urine composed of bacteria.
  24. Encephalitis of bacterial etiology.
  25. Endocarditis caused by the direct invasion of bacteria and leading to deformity and destruction of the valve leaflets. two types are acute bacterial endocarditis and subacute bacterial endocarditis.
  26. Rare cause of esophagitis in immunocompromised patients with hematologic malignancies complicated by severe granulocytopenia; may also occur after bone marrow transplantation, diabetic ketoacidosis, and in patients with aids. characterized by difficulty swallowing, endoscopic appearance ranging from normal mucosa to ulcers associated with erythema, plaques, pseudomembranes, or hemorrhage; diagnosis confirmed by mucosal biopsy and culture.
  27. A term commonly used to refer to conditions limited to enteritis or gastroenteritis (excluding the enteric fevers and the dysenteries) caused by bacterial multiplication itself or by a soluble bacterial exotoxin.
  28. Any hemolytic agent elaborated by various species of bacteria, or by certain strains within a species.
  29. Bacterial infection of hemorrhagic cysts of the liver, spleen, or lymph nodes, seen in immunocompromised patients; caused by bartonella henselae.
  30. The movement of bacteria or bacterial products across the intestinal membrane to emerge either in the lymphatics or the visceral circulation.
  31. Any intracellular or extracellular toxin formed in or elaborated by bacterial cells.
  32. In dentistry, a mass of filamentous microorganisms and a large variety of smaller forms attached to the surface of a tooth that, depending on bacterial activity and environmental factors, may give rise to caries, calculus, or inflammatory changes in adjacent tissue.
  33. Lesions of bacterial endocarditis that form anywhere on the endocardium but preferentially on higher pressure and injured areas and particularly valves. they may also appear on arterial intima and in a patent ductus arteriosus and other areas of shunt inside and outside the heart.
  34. Type i hypersensitivity allergic reaction caused by bacterial allergens;
  35. transient presence of bacteria (or other microorganisms) in the blood
  36. an order of bacteria
  37. a family of bacteria
  38. by bacteria
  39. a film of mucus and bacteria deposited on the teeth that encourages the development of dental caries
  40. (microbiology) single-celled or noncellular spherical or spiral or rod-shaped organisms lacking chlorophyll that reproduce by fission; important as pathogens and for biochemical properties; taxonomy is difficult; often considered to be plants
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BACTERIA ~PL.~ Sentence, Example and Usage

Usage of "BACTERIA ~PL.~": Examples from famous English Poetry

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Usage of "BACTERIA ~PL.~" in sentences

  1. "Anaerobic bacteria"

  2. "Binomial nomenclature of bacteria"

  3. "Harmless bacteria"

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