coccobacillary

coc·co·bac·il·lar·y

(kok'ō-bas'i-lār'ē),
1. Relating to a coccobacillus.
2. Of organisms exhibiting coccal, bacillary, and intermediate forms.
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coc·co·bac·il·lar·y

(kok'ō-bas'i-lar-ē)
Relating to a coccobacillus.
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Brucella canis is a gram-negative coccobacillary bacterium that primarily causes reproductive failure in dogs (1).
In Gram's staining pink, gram negative, coccobacillary rods were observed (Fig.
This genus is constituted by Gram-negative, coccobacillary, microaerophilic, non-spore-forming, immotile, intracellular facultative, and slow-growing bacteria [2].
The filaments appeared as short chains of rods and coccobacillary elements, which are characteristic for organisms of the genus Nocardia.
In Gram stain of direct smears Acinetobacter appeared as tiny, Gram-negative coccobacillary cells often appearing as diplococci.
(53) Histology reveals the typical granulation tissuelike appearance of the lesions (Figure 3, c), with scattered nuclear debris and aggregates of extracellular amphophilic granular bacterial deposits, which demonstrate a coccobacillary morphology on a Warthin-Starry stain (Figure 3, d).
Identification of gram-positive coccal and coccobacillary vancomycin-resistant bacteria.
The bacteriological isolation yielded bipolar Gram negative coccobacillary organisms.
The presence of gram-positive coccobacillary forms, mostly organized in pairs, was confirmed for primary isolates.