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bead·ed

(bēd'ed),
1. Marked by numerous small rounded projections, often arranged in a row like a string of beads.
2. Applied to a series of noncontinuous bacterial colonies along the line of inoculation in a stab culture.
3. Denoting stained bacteria in which more deeply stained granules occur at regular intervals in the organism.

beaded

/bead·ed/ (bēd´ed) having the appearance of beads or a string of beads.

beaded

[bē′did]
Etymology: ME, bede
1 having a resemblance to a row of beads.
2 pertaining to bacterial colonies that develop along the inoculation line in various stab cultures.
3 pertaining to stained bacteria that develop more deeply stained beadlike granules.

bead·ed

(bēd'ĕd)
1. Marked by numerous small rounded projections, often arranged in a row like a string of beads.
2. Applied to a series of noncontinuous bacterial colonies along the line of inoculation in a stab culture.
3. Denoting stained bacteria in which more deeply stained granules occur at regular intervals in the organism.