bacilliform


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bacilliform

 [bah-sil´ĭ-form]
having the appearance of a bacillus; rod-shaped.

ba·cil·li·form

(ba-sil'i-fōrm),
Rod-shaped.
[L. bacillus, a rod, + forma, form]

bacilliform

[bəsil′ifôrm]
rod-shaped, like a bacillus.

ba·cil·li·form

(bă-sil'i-fōrm)
Rod-shaped.
[L. bacillus, a rod, + forma, form]

bacilliform

Rod-shaped. Shaped like a BACILLUS.

bacilliform

having the appearance of a bacillus.
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