He has studied the vibrio genus of bacteria for more than 40 years and still finds it eminently fascinating.
A crabber is Florida's latest casualty of the flesh-eating bacteria vibrio Vulnificus.
Talk about your megatherium and your megalosaurus,—what are these to the bacterium and the vibrio?
In the vibrio of acute septicmia this is the mode of generation.
Mller introduced the terms Monas, Proteus and vibrio, which are still in use.
The longitudinal type characterises such genera as vibrio, Filaria, Gordius, and all the annulate animals.
vibrio spirillum is excessively minute, colourless, and found in decomposing vegetable mixtures.
Ear-cockle, a disease in wheat caused by the presence in the grain of worms belonging to the genus vibrio.
Among the animal parasites may be mentioned the weevil, vibrio tritici, which feeds upon the starch cells of the grain.
In two other genera of this family, vibrio and Spirulna, the filaments are spiral.
Vibrio Vib·ri·o (vĭb'rē-ō)
A genus of gram-negative, motile, S-shaped or comma-shaped bacteria some species of which are saprophytes in salt and fresh water and in soil, while others are parasites or pathogens.