Levinea

Levinea

(lĕ-vin'ē-ă),
A former genus of bacteria (of the family Enterobacteriaceae); its species are now assigned to the genus Citrobacter.
[Max Levine, early 20th-century U.S. bacteriologist]
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Levinea

A genus of Enterobacteriaceae, members of which were reassigned to the genus Citrobacter.
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