The schizomycetes or bacteria are minute vegetable organisms Definition.
Saccardo also included about 400 species of Myxomycetes and 650 of schizomycetes.
A genus of schizomycetes, the most important group of bacteria.
A coccus; a genus of schizomycetes in which the cocci are irregularly clustered like a bunch of grapes.
A genus of schizomycetes in which the cocci are arranged in strings or in chains.
In 1872, therefore, Cohn was already justified in grouping together a number of "pathogenous" schizomycetes.
There are two pretty well-marked orders,—the blue-green slimes (Cyanophyceæ) and the bacteria (schizomycetes).
schizomycetes are ubiquitous as saprophytes in still ponds and Distribution in Space.
This ranges the Myxomycetes, in origin at least, near the schizomycetes.
Schizomycetes Schiz·o·my·ce·tes (skĭz'ō-mī-sē'tēz)
A class of unicellular or noncellular organisms that lack chlorophyll, comprise all the bacteria, and are prokaryotes, although formerly classified as fungi. Also called fission fungi.
schizomycete schiz·o·my·cete (skĭz'ō-mī-sēt')
A member of the Schizomycetes; a bacterium.