Definition of Genus Micrococcus

1. Noun. Type genus of the family Micrococcaceae.

Exact synonyms: Micrococcus
Generic synonyms: Bacteria Genus
Group relationships: Family Micrococcaceae, Micrococcaceae



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Micrococcus

genus Mergus
genus Meriones
genus Merlangus
genus Merluccius
genus Merops
genus Mertensia
genus Meryta
genus Mesembryanthemum
genus Mesocricetus
genus Mesohippus
genus Mespilus
genus Mesua
genus Metasequoia
genus Metroxylon
genus Microcentrum
genus Micrococcus (current term)
genus Microdipodops
genus Microgramma
genus Micromeria
genus Micromyx
genus Micropogonias
genus Micropterus
genus Microsorium
genus Microsporum
genus Microstomus
genus Microstrobos
genus Microtus
genus Micruroides
genus Micrurus
genus Mikania

Literary usage of Genus Micrococcus

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1. The Pathology and Differential Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases of Animals by Veranus Alva Moore (1916)
"CHAPTER III DISEASES CAUSED BY BACTERIA genus Micrococcus General discussion of the genus micrococcus. The genus Micro- coccus includes the spherical ..."

2. The Systematic Relationships of the CoccaceŒ: With a Discussion of the by Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Anne (Rogers) Winslow (1908)
"The classification of the genus Micrococcus as defined by Migula and Chester was naturally a difficult task, since it included such widely different forms ..."

3. Principles of Microbiology: A Treatise on Bacterias Fungi and Protozoa by Veranus Alva Moore (1912)
"General discussion of the genus micrococcus. The genus micrococcus includes the spherical bacteria that divide in two planes. ..."

4. Microbiology: A Text-book of Microörganisms, General and Applied by Charles Edward Marshall (1911)
"Genus: Micrococcus (HALLIER) COHN. The cells are globular and do not possess any organs of locomotion. Cell division takes place in two planes at right ..."

5. Microbiology for Agricultural and Domestic Science Students by Charles Edward Marshall, Frederic Theodore Bioletti (1911)
"Genus: Micrococcus (HALLIER) COHN. The cells are globular and do not possess any organs of locomotion. Cell division takes place in two planes at right ..."

6. Microbiology for Agricultural and Domestic Science Students by Charles Edward Marshall, Frederic Theodore Bioletti (1911)
"Genus: Micrococcus (HALLIER) COHN. The cells are globular and do not possess any organs of locomotion. Cell division takes place in two planes at right ..."

7. Microbes, Ferments and Moulds by Édouard Louis Trouessart (1886)
"... the bacteria in the form of an 8—should rather be assigned to the genus Micrococcus, or to the new genus Diplococcus. With respect to the genus Vibrio, ..."

8. A Text-book of General Bacteriology by William Dodge Frost, Eugene Franklin McCampbell (1910)
"Genus: Micrococcus (Hallier) Cohn. The cells are globular and do not possess any organs of locomotion. Cell division takes place in two planes at right ..."

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