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Ac·ti·no·my·ce·ta·les

(ak'ti-nō-mī-sē-tā'lēz),
An order of bacteria consisting of moldlike, rod-shaped, clubbed, or filamentous forms with decided tendency to true branching, without endospores, but sometimes developing conidia; it includes the families Mycobacteriaceae, Actinomycetaceae, and Nocardiaceae.

Actinomycetales

/Ac·ti·no·my·ce·ta·les/ (-mi″sah-ta´lēz) an order of bacteria made up of elongated cells having a definite tendency to branch.

Ac·ti·no·my·ce·ta·les

(ak'ti-nō-mī-sē-tā'lēz)
An order of bacteria consisting of moldlike, rod-shaped, clubbed or filamentous forms with tendency to branching. It includes the families Mycobacteriaceae, Actinomycetaceae, Streptomycetaceae, and Nocardiaceae.

Actinomycetales

(ak″tĭ-nō-mī″sĕ-tā′lēz″) [ Actinomyces]
An order of bacteria that includes the families Mycobacteriaceae, Actinomycetaceae, Actinoplanaceae, Dermatophilaceae, Micromonosporaceae, Nocardiaceae, and Streptomycetaceae.
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