- (plural diplococci
) is a round bacterium
(a coccus) that typically occurs
in the form of two joined
of gram-negative diplococci
(singular), or gonococci
(plural) is a species
of Gram-negative diplococci bacteria isolated
by Albert Neisser
in 1879. It causes
the ****ually transmitted...
- for example, S. pneumoniae, are only two cells
long. They are called diplococci
have no regular plane
of division. They form...
- anaerobic member
of the genus
Streptococcus. They are usually found
) and do not form spores
and are non motile. As a significant human
- Firmicutes. Enterococci
are gram-positive cocci
that often occur
) or short
chains, and are difficult
- in all specimen types except
urine. If Gram-negative, oxidase-positive diplococci
pus (male genital
rods, coccobacilli, or as in the case of Moraxella
in morphology, with asaccharolytic, oxidase-positive, and catalase-positive...
the proteobacteria, a large group
of Gram-negative forms. Neisseria diplococci resemble coffee beans
microscopically. The genus
- function. The morphology
of the organism
may be cl****ified as cocci, diplococci
as "rods"), spiral-shaped or pleomorphic. Additional...
OX+ The Gram-negative diplococci Neisseria
are oxidase-positive. Many Gram-negative, spiral...