Definition of Family spirillaceae

1. Noun. Rigid spirally curved elongate bacteria.

Exact synonyms: Spirillaceae
Generic synonyms: Bacteria Family
Group relationships: Order Pseudomonadales, Pseudomonadales
Member holonyms: Genus Spirillum, Genus Vibrio



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Family Spirillaceae

family Solanaceae
family Soleidae
family Solenidae
family Soricidae
family Spalacidae
family Sparganiaceae
family Sparidae
family Sphaeriaceae
family Sphaerobolaceae
family Sphaerocarpaceae
family Sphecidae
family Spheniscidae
family Sphingidae
family Sphyraenidae
family Sphyrnidae
family Spirillaceae
family Spirochaetaceae
family Spirulidae
family Squalidae
family Squatinidae
family Squillidae
family Staphylaceae
family Staphylinidae
family Steatornithidae
family Stenopelmatidae
family Stercorariidae
family Sterculiaceae
family Stichaeidae
family Stizidae
family Strelitziaceae

Literary usage of Family spirillaceae

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1. Practical Bacteriology, Blood Work and Animal Parasitology: Including by Edward Rhodes Stitt (1918)
"Under the family Spirillaceae we have the genera Vibrio (type species V. cholera) and Spirillum (no type species given). Motility. ..."

2. Microbiology: A Text-book of Microörganisms, General and Applied by Charles Edward Marshall (1917)
"Family: Spirillaceae MIGULA. The cells are wound in the form of a spiral or representing the portion of a turn of a spiral. In the latter case, ..."

3. Bacteria in Relation to Plant Diseases by Erwin Frink Smith (1905)
"... be reached by observing the shape of the threads or chains, those of Pseudomonas never being twisted into the form of a screw. 3. Family SPIRILLACEAE ..."

4. A Manual of Pathology by Guthrie McConnell (1906)
"family spirillaceae.—Cells spirally twisted like a corkscrew, or short and curved and representing segments of the spiral. Division only transverse to the ..."

5. Microbiology for Agricultural and Domestic Science Students by Charles Edward Marshall, Frederic Theodore Bioletti (1911)
"Family: Spirillaceae MIGULA. The cells are wound in the form of a spiral or representing the portion of a turn of a spiral. In the latter case, ..."

6. Microbiology for Agricultural and Domestic Science Students by Charles Edward Marshall, Frederic Theodore Bioletti (1911)
"If they occur, it is extremely rare. Occasionally certain species in this genus form themselves into threads or chains. III. Family: Spirillaceae MIGULA. ..."

7. A Text Book of General Bacteriology by William Dodge Frost, Eugene Franklin McCampbell (1910)
"Family: Spirillaceae Migula. The cells are wound in the form of a spiral or representing the portion of a turn of a spiral. In the latter case, ..."

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