hemophil

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hemophil

 [he´mo-fil]
1. thriving on blood.
2. a microorganism that grows best in media containing hemoglobin.

he·mo·phil

, hemophile (hē'mō-fil, -fīl),
A microorganism growing preferably in media containing blood.
[hemo- + G. philos, fond]

hemophil

/he·mo·phil/ (hēm´o-fil)
1. an organism thriving on blood.
2. a microorganism which grows best in media containing hemoglobin.

hemophil

[hē′mōfil]
Etymology: Gk, haima, blood, philein, to love
1 bacteria of the genus Haemophilus, which thrive in culture media containing blood.
2 an organism thriving on blood. Also spelled haemophil.
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Hemophil

he·mo·phil

, hemophile (hē'mō-fil, -fīl)
A microorganism growing preferably in media containing blood.
Synonym(s): haemophil, haemophile.
[hemo- + G. philos, fond]

hemophil

1. thriving on blood.
2. a microorganism that grows best in media containing hemoglobin.
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