Definition of Genus planococcus
1. Noun. A genus of Pseudococcidae.
Generic synonyms: Arthropod Genus
Group relationships: Family Pseudococcidae, Pseudococcidae
Member holonyms: Citrus Mealybug, Planococcus Citri
Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Planococcus
Literary usage of Genus planococcus
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Microbiology: A Text-book of Microörganisms, General and Applied by Charles Edward Marshall (1917)
"... cube-like packets are formed. The composition of the medium come- times prevents this typical' cube formation. Genus: Planococcus MIGULA. ..."
2. The Structure and Functions of Bacteria by Alfred Fischer (1900)
"Genus MICROCOCCUS, Cohn. Non-motile. Includes most cocci, the pathological ' staphylococci,' &c. Genus PLANOCOCCUS, Migula. Motile. Sub-family 2. ..."
3. Microbiology for Agricultural and Domestic Science Students by Charles Edward Marshall, Frederic Theodore Bioletti (1911)
"... attached after division; cube-like packets are formed. The composition of the media sometimes prevents this typical cube formation. Genus: Planococcus ..."
4. Microbiology for Agricultural and Domestic Science Students by Charles Edward Marshall, Frederic Theodore Bioletti (1911)
"Genus: Planococcus MIGULA. The cells are globular. Celt division takes place in two planes at right angles similar to genus Micrococcus. ..."
5. Twentieth Century Practice: An International Encyclopedia of Modern Medical by Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1900)
"Non-motile. To this genus belong the larger numbers of spherical bacteria, including staphylococcus and gonococcus. Genus: Planococcus Migula. Motile. ..."
6. A Text-book of General Bacteriology by William Dodge Frost, Eugene Franklin McCampbell (1910)
"Genus: Planococcus Migula. The cells are globular. Cell division takes place in two planes at right angles similar to genus Micrococcus. ..."
7. Lessons and Laboratory Exercises in Bacteriology: An Outline of Technical by Allen John Smith (1902)
"(d) Genus: Planococcus (cell division in one, two, or three directions, cells separate; flagellated). ..."
8. Atlas and Principles of Bacteriology by Karl Bernhard Lehmann, Rudolf Otto Neumann, George H. Weaver (1901)
"... has formed a genus planococcus for the Micr. agilis ; without our observations we should have assented. But being in possession of this, it seems to us ..."