Achromobacter


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Achromobacter

(a-krō'mō-bak'ter),
A gram-negative bacterial genus of uncertain clinical significance, closely related to members of the Alcaligenes and Ochrobactrum species.

Achromobacter

A genus of strictly aerobic rod-shaped bacteria, of the order Burkholderiales, whose motility results from 1–20 peritrichous flagella. They are found in soil and water.

Ach·ro·mo·bac·ter

(a'krō-mō-bak'tĕr)
A gram-negative bacterial genus of uncertain clinical significance, closely related to members of the Alcaligenes and Ochrobactrum species.
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