genospecies

ge·no·spe·cies

(jē'nō-spē'sēz, jen'),
A group of organisms in which interbreeding is possible, as evidenced by genetic transfer and recombination.

ge·no·spe·cies

(jē'nō-spē-shēz)
A group of organisms in which interbreeding is possible, as evidenced by genetic transfer and recombination.

genospecies

(jē′nō-spē″shēz, jĕ′, sēz) [Gr. genos, kind, race + ″]
A species that can be identified only by its genotype, not by its phenotype.
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Recent reports of US patients infected with Borrelia miyamotoi (4), an Ehrlichia muris-like agent (5), a novel bunyavirus (6), and a putative new genospecies of Borrelia burgdorferi (B.
Differential transmission of the genospecies of Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato by game birds and small rodents in England.
Identification of pathogenic Leptospira genospecies by continuous monitoring of fluorogenic hybridization probes during rapid-cycle PCR.
Clerc A, Manceau C, Nesme X (1998) Comparison of randomly amplified polymorphic DNA with amplified fragment length polymorphism to assess genetic diversity and genetic relatedness within genospecies III.
Due to different Borrelia genospecies, there are differences in clinical presentation of the disease in North America and Europe; therefore, unlike some books, this handbook integrates these differences throughout, rather than covering them in separate chapters.
Species distribution and physiological characterization of Acinetobacter genospecies from healthy human skin of tribal population in India.
designation of two genospecies of Actinomyces naeslundii, and inclusion of A.
Because the PBi strain and all PBi-like strains are now known as a distinct genospecies within the B.
Fifty two BCC clinical isolates from two centers in northern region of India (PGIMER, Chandigarh = 40, Escorts Heart Institute and Research Centre, Delhi = 12) were subjected to recA-based PCR tests to assign them to a genospecies.
28) detected Leptospira genospecies DNA with 45-cycle amplification requiring only 18 min.
Five genospecies are known to be pathogenic for humans: B.
Plasmid distribution and antimicrobial susceptibility patterns of Acinetobacter genospecies from healthy skin of a tribal population in western India.