Eubacteriales


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Eu·bac·te·ri·a·les

(yū'bak-tē'rē-ā'lēz),
An obsolete name for an order of bacteria that contained simple, undifferentiated, rigid cells that were either spheres or straight rods. It contained motile (peritrichous) and nonmotile, gram-negative and gram-positive, and spore-forming and non-spore-forming species.

Eubacteriales

/Eu·bac·te·ri·a·les/ (u″bak-tēr″e-a´lēz) in former taxonomic systems an order of schizomycetes comprising the true bacteria.

Eubacteriales

An order of bacteria that includes the following major families:
• Achromobacteraceae;  
• Azotobacteraceae;  
• Bacillaceae;  
• Bacteroidaceae;  
• Brevibacteriaceae; 
• Brucellaceae;  
• Clostridiaceae;
• Corynebacteriaceae;  
• Enterobacteriaceae;  
• Lactobacillaceae;  
• Micrococcaceae;  
• Neisseriaceae;  
• Propionibacteriaceae;  
• Rhizobiaceae.

Eubacteriales

(ū″băk-tē-rē-ā′lēz) [Gr. eus, good, + bakterion, little rod]
An order of bacteria that includes many of the microorganisms pathogenic to humans.