Definition of Planococcus

1. Noun. A genus of Pseudococcidae.

Exact synonyms: Genus Planococcus
Generic synonyms: Arthropod Genus
Group relationships: Family Pseudococcidae, Pseudococcidae
Member holonyms: Citrus Mealybug, Planococcus Citri



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Planococcus

Planck constant
Planck energy
Planck epoch
Planck era
Planck length
Planck particle
Planck scale
Planck speed
Planck temperature
Planck time
Planck unit
Planck units
Planckian
Planera
Planet X
Planococcus
Planococcus citri
Plantae
Plantagenet
Plantagenet line
Plantaginaceae
Plantaginales
Plantago lanceolata
Plantago major
Plantago media
Plantago psyllium
Plantago rugelii
Plantago virginica
Plantation walking horse
Plaque Index

Literary usage of Planococcus

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1. Pathogenic Micro-organisms; a Text-book of Microbiology for Physicians and by Ward J. MacNeal, Herbert Upham Williams (1914)
"planococcus is similar to Micrococcus in all respects except that its members are ... planococcus—Division in two planes, forming flat plates of cells, ..."

2. Household Bacteriology for Students in Domestic Sciences by Estelle Denis Buchanan, Robert Earle Buchanan (1913)
"inflammation, cause certain diseases, as Malta fever, and are quite common on the skin, in the air, the water, and the soil. Sarcina, planococcus, and ..."

3. Household Bacteriology for Students in Domestic Science by Estelle Denis Buchanan, Robert Earle Buchanan (1913)
"inflammation, cause certain diseases, as Malta fever, and are quite common on the skin, in the air, the water, and the soil. Sarcina, planococcus, and ..."

4. Outlines of Bacteriology (technical and Agricultural) by David Ellis (1909)
"II. Micrococcus."I The species belonging to these two groups divide III. planococcus. j always in the same two planes, so that a plate of cocci is formed. ..."

5. Atlas and Principles of Bacteriology by Karl Bernhard Lehmann, Rudolf Otto Neumann, George H. Weaver (1901)
"But being in possession of this, it seems to us that our conception is at present more natural than the other possible one, namely, that the planococcus ..."

6. Pathogenic Micro-organisms; a Text-book of Microbiology for Physicians and by Ward J. MacNeal, Herbert Upham Williams (1914)
"planococcus is similar to Micrococcus in all respects except that its members are ... planococcus—Division in two planes, forming flat plates of cells, ..."

7. Household Bacteriology for Students in Domestic Sciences by Estelle Denis Buchanan, Robert Earle Buchanan (1913)
"inflammation, cause certain diseases, as Malta fever, and are quite common on the skin, in the air, the water, and the soil. Sarcina, planococcus, and ..."

8. Household Bacteriology for Students in Domestic Science by Estelle Denis Buchanan, Robert Earle Buchanan (1913)
"inflammation, cause certain diseases, as Malta fever, and are quite common on the skin, in the air, the water, and the soil. Sarcina, planococcus, and ..."

9. Outlines of Bacteriology (technical and Agricultural) by David Ellis (1909)
"II. Micrococcus."I The species belonging to these two groups divide III. planococcus. j always in the same two planes, so that a plate of cocci is formed. ..."

10. Atlas and Principles of Bacteriology by Karl Bernhard Lehmann, Rudolf Otto Neumann, George H. Weaver (1901)
"But being in possession of this, it seems to us that our conception is at present more natural than the other possible one, namely, that the planococcus ..."

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