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achromobacter

[ ey-kroh-muh-bak-ter ]
/ eɪˈkroʊ məˌbæk tər /
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noun Bacteriology.

any of several rod-shaped bacteria of the genus Achromobacter, found in soil and water.

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Origin of achromobacter

<New Latin <Greek áchrōmo(s) colorless (a-a-6 + chrômos color) + New Latin -bacter-bacter
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