Leptotrichia

A genus of anaerobic, nonmotile bacteria containing Gram-negative, straight or slightly curved rods, 5 to 15 um in length, with one or both ends rounded, often pointed. Granules are distributed evenly along the long axis, and one or more large granules may localise near the end of the cell. Branched or clubbed forms do not occur. Two or more cells ...
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Leptotrichia

(lep″to-trik´e-ә) a genus of gram-negative, anaerobic, straight or slightly curved, rod-shaped bacteria; L. bucca´lis is sometimes associated with oral or urogenital infections.
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leptotrichia

leptotrichia 1. The thinness of each hair. 2. A genus of anaerobic, gram-negative, filamentous bacteria that naturally occur in the oral cavity but can also occur in the genitourinary tract. They consist of straight or slightly curved, nonmotile rods with one or both ends rounded or pointed, arranged frequently in pairs or long filaments.
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Leptotrichia

Type: Term Pronunciation: lep′tō-trik′ē-ă Definitions: 1. A genus of anaerobic, nonmotile bacteria containing gram-negative, straight or slightly curved rods, 5-15 mcm in length, with one or both ends rounded, often pointed. Granules are distributed evenly along the long axis, and one or more large granules may localize n...
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