bacteria family

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n bacteria family a family of bacteria
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Usage


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Registered Dental Hygienist Jackie Pagano of Rye Family Dentistry Talks About Tar, Tartar, Bacteria, Bad Breath, and Working in the Dental Field.
Registered dental hygienist Jackie Pagano of Rye Family Dentistry cheerfully tackles tartar, bacteria, and bad breath.
Registered Dental Hygienist Jackie Pagano of Rye Family Dentistry Talks About Tar, Tartar , Bacteria, Bad Breath, and Working in the Dental Field.
Registered dental hygienist Jackie Pagano of Rye Family Dentistry cheerfully tackles tartar , bacteria, and bad breath.
The latter's diverse family includes botulism and gangrene bacteria , along with many harmless bugs.
Family members say Tevita had recently gone swimming in a lake at Camp Pendleton and wonder if flesh-eating bacteria may be to blame.
Family Watches ' Miraculous Survival' Of Woman Fighting Flesh-Eating Bacteria.
Family watches ' miraculous survival' of woman fighting flesh-eating bacteria.
Raw-milk advocates like Fallon, who swears by raw milk for her own family, contend that pasteurization greatly reduces vitamin C and affects B6 and B-12 and beneficial bacteria such as lactobacillus.
Since the microbes and bacteria live on both the inside and outside of our bodies, they are easily spread to friends, family, coworkers and others, thereby passing along resistant strains of bacteria to others.
In other words, it looked like a single resistance gene was jumping among different bacteria from the Enterobacteriaceae family, creating new bugs before their eyes.
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