Nocardia


Nocardia
노카르디아

English-Korean animal medical dictionary. 2013.

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  • Nocardia — asteroides (yellow colonies). Scientific classification Kingdom: Bacteria …   Wikipedia

  • Nocardia — Kolonien von Nocardia asteroides Systematik Domäne: Bakterien Abteilung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • nocardia — bacteria aerobia estricta, grampositiva y débilmente ácido alcohol resistente. Forma cadenas cortas o filamentos con ramificaciones. Crece fácilmente, a temperatura inferior a 37 °C, en medios simples como el agar sangre o el agar de Sabouraud.… …   Diccionario médico

  • nocardia — ● nocardia nom féminin (de Nocard, nom propre) Genre bactérien, de la famille des actinomycétales …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Nocardia — A genus of aerobic actinomycetes (family Nocardiaceae, order Actinomycetales), higher bacteria, containing weakly acid fast, slender rods or filaments, frequently swollen and occasionally branched, forming a mycelium. Coccus or bacillary forms… …   Medical dictionary

  • Nocardia —   Nocardia …   Wikipedia Español

  • Nocardia — Actinobacteria Actinomycètes …   Wikipédia en Français

  • nocardia — A vernacular term used to refer to any member of the genus N.. * * * no·car·dia nō kärd ē ə n 1) cap a genus of aerobic actinomycetous bacteria that form limited mycelia which tend to break up into rod shaped cells and occas. form spores by… …   Medical dictionary

  • nocardia — nōˈkärdēə noun Etymology: New Latin, from Edmond I. É. Nocard died 1903 French veterinarian and biologist + New Latin ia 1. capitalized : a genus of aerobic actinomycetes (family Actinomycetaceae) that form limited mycelia which tends to break up …   Useful english dictionary

  • nocardia — nocardial, adj. /noh kahr dee euh/, n. Bacteriol. any of several filamentous or rod shaped, aerobic bacteria of the genus Nocardia, certain species of which are pathogenic for humans and other animals. [1905 10; < NL; after Edmond I.É. Nocard… …   Universalium

  • Nocardia — Nocạrdia   [nach dem französischen Tierarzt Edmond Isidore Nocard, * 1850, ✝ 1903], aerobe, grampositive, meist säurefeste, zu den Actinomycetales gehörende Bakterien. Auf Nährböden bilden sie ein Luftmyzel, das in stäbchenförmige oder kokkoide… …   Universal-Lexikon