Nocardiopsis

Nocardiopsis

 [no-kahr″de-op´sis]
a genus of gram-positive, aerobic soil bacteria; they resemble Nocardia but differ in cell wall type and are not resistant to lysozymes. They are potential pathogens, causing abscesses and pulmonary lesions.

Nocardiopsis

(nō-kar-dē-op'sis),
A genus of higher bacteria living in soil that cause subacute or chronic pneumonia, subcutaneous infection, or disseminated disease, usually in immunosuppressed patients.

No·car·di·op·sis

(nō-kahr-dē-op'sis)
A genus of higher bacteria living in soil that causes subacute or chronic pneumonia, subcutaneous infection, or disseminated disease, usually in immunosuppressed patients.
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Production of thermo-tolerant and alkalotolerant cellulolytic enzymes by isolated Nocardiopsis sp.