Brucellaceae

A family of bacteria (order Eubacteriales) containing small, coccoid to rod-shaped, Gram-negative cells which occur singly, in pairs, in short chains, or in groups. The cells may or may not show bipolar staining. Motile and nonmotile species occur; motile cells are peritrichous. V (phosphopyridine nucleotide) and/or X (hemin) factors are sometimes ...
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Brucellaceae

Type: Term Pronunciation: brū′sel-ā′sē-ē Definitions: 1. A family of bacteria (order Eubacteriales) containing small, coccoid to rod-shaped, gram-negative cells which occur singly, in pairs, in short chains, or in groups. The cells may or may not show bipolar staining. Motile and nonmotile species occur; motile cells...
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Brucellaceae

The Brucellaceae are a family of the gram-negative Rhizobiales. They are named after Sir David Bruce, a Scottish microbiologist. They are aerobic chemoorganotrophes. The family comprises pathogen and soil bacteria See Brucella, the type-genus and brucellosis, a disease caused by Brucella. ...
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