Prevotella melaninogenica

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Prev·o·tel·la mel·a·ni'n·o·ge'·ni·ca

a species found in the mouth, feces, infections of the mouth, soft tissue, respiratory tract, urogenital tract, and intestinal tract; implicated in periodontal disease; seen in aspiration. The type species of Pretovella.

Prev·o·tel·la mel·a·nin·o·gen·ic·a

(prev'ō-tel'ă mel'ă-nin-ō-jen'i-kă)
A bacterial species found in the mouth, feces, infections of the mouth, soft tissue, respiratory tract, urogenital tract, and intestinal tract. Implicated in periodontal disease; seen in aspiration pneumonitis. The type species of Prevotella.

Prev·o·tel·la mel·a·nin·o·gen·ic·a

(prev'ō-tel'ă mel'ă-nin-ō-jen'i-kă)
Bacterial species found in the mouth, feces, soft tissue, and the respiratory, urogenital, and intestinal tracts; implicated in periodontal disease. Type species of Pretovella.

Prevotella

a genus of gram negative anaerobic bacteria previously grouped in the genus Bacteroides. Involved in periodontal disease and a cause of dog and cat bite wound infections.

Prevotella melaninogenica
isolated from footrot and foot abscesses of cattle. Previously called Bacteroides melaninogenicus.
Prevotella ruminicola
one of the predominant anaerobic gram negative bacterial species in ruminal contents.
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