Definition of Bacilliform. Meaning of Bacilliform. Synonyms of Bacilliform

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Definition of Bacilliform

Bacilliform
Bacilliform Ba*cil"li*form, a. [L. bacillum little staff + -form.] Rod-shaped.

Meaning of Bacilliform from wikipedia

- A bacillus (pl.: bacilli), also called a bacilliform bacterium or often just a rod (when the context makes the sense clear), is a rod-shaped bacterium...
- family has one genus, Barnavirus, which contains one species: Mushroom bacilliform virus. Diseases ****ociated with this family includes La France disease...
- pernix bacilliform virus 1 (APBV1). The name is derived from the Latin word clava meaning stick.[citation needed] The virons are bacilliform in shape...
- natural hosts. There is only one species in this genus: Rice tungro bacilliform virus. Diseases ****ociated with this genus include: stunting, yellow...
- C****ava Ivorian bacilliform virus (CsIBV) is a pathogenic plant virus.: 91  Found only in the Ivory Coast.: 91  "Control of Plant Virus Diseases:...
- dysentery etymologically might seem to refer to any dysentery caused by any bacilliform bacteria, but its meaning is restricted by convention to Shigella dysentery...
- Dioscorea bacilliform AL virus Dioscorea bacilliform AL virus 2 Dioscorea bacilliform RT virus 1 Dioscorea bacilliform RT virus 2 Dioscorea bacilliform RT virus...
- virus Rice stripe tenuivirus Rice transitory yellowing virus Rice tungro bacilliform virus - see Tungro below Rice tungro spherical virus - see Tungro below...
- human papillomavirus, duck hepatitis B pararetrovirus, rice tungro bacilliform viruses, and cauliflower mosaic virus. In these viruses the ribosome...
- called a virion, is pleomorphic and varies between being filamentous, bacilliform, or spherical in shape. Clinical isolates tend to be pleomorphic, whereas...