Definition of Bacteria family
1. Noun. A family of bacteria.
Group relationships: Division Eubacteria
Generic synonyms: Family
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Literary usage of Bacteria family
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1. The Waterboys and Their Cousins by Charles Dickens Lewis (1918)
"The Nitrogen bacteria family, too, though such tiny folk, shall be counted very great, for it is they who will save us from starving. ..."
2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1883)
"... and belonging to the micrococcus family, the others elongated and cylindrical, belonging to the bacteria family. If the microbes proliferate rapidly in ..."
3. American Journal of Dental Science by American Society of Dental Surgeons (1889)
"This is not all, for living plant, and, in fact, all there is of life, is at the mercy of the bacteria family. If bacteria exist in the bodily excretions, ..."
4. Text-book of medical and pharmaceutical chemistry by Elias Hudson Bartley (1909)
"It belongs to the bacteria family. It grows in alcoholic solutions containing a small amount of albuminous matter or ammoniacal salts, and alkaline and ..."
5. Transactions by England Society of Engineers (London (1888)
"He has shown that a minute organism of the bacteria family (which is created by and thrives on organic refuse) exercises functions The question of water ..."