coccobacillary

coc·co·bac·il·lar·y

(kok'ō-bas'i-lār'ē),
1. Relating to a coccobacillus.
2. Of organisms exhibiting coccal, bacillary, and intermediate forms.

coc·co·bac·il·lar·y

(kok'ō-bas'i-lar-ē)
Relating to a coccobacillus.
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The presence of gram-positive coccobacillary forms, mostly organized in pairs, was confirmed for primary isolates.
Bordetella bronchiseptica is a Gram-negative coccobacillary bacterium that causes respiratory tract disease in several mammalian species including kennel cough in dogs and snuffles in rabbits.
Rickettsiae are gram-negative coccobacillary bacteria that are strict intracellular parasites.
Identification of gram-positive coccal and coccobacillary vancomycin-resistant bacteria.
53) Histology reveals the typical granulation tissuelike appearance of the lesions (Figure 3, c), with scattered nuclear debris and aggregates of extracellular amphophilic granular bacterial deposits, which demonstrate a coccobacillary morphology on a Warthin-Starry stain (Figure 3, d).
In a study on a limited number of patients with systemic sarcoidosis, acid-fast coccobacillary forms were detected in biopsy materials.