Medical Definition of Selenomonas

1. A genus of bacteria of uncertain taxonomic affiliation, containing curved to crescentic or helical, Gram-negative, strictly anaerobic rods that are motile with an active tumbling motion. Several flagella are present in a tuft, often near the centre of the concave side. The type species, Selenomonas sputigena, is found in the human buccal cavity. Origin: G. Selene, moon, + monas, single (unit) (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Selenomonas

Selcraig
Seldinger technique
Select
Selected Area Electron Diffraction
Selective Service System
Selects
Selena
Selenarctos
Selenarctos thibetanus
Selene
Selene setapinnis
Selene vomer
Selenicereus
Selenicereus grandiflorus
Selenipedium
Selenomonas (current term)
Seles
Seleucus
Seleucus I
Seleucus I Nicator
Selina
Selivanoff's test
Seljuckian
Seljuk
Seljukian
Seljuks
Seljuq
Seljuqian
Seljuqians
Seljuqs

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