eugonic

[yoo-gon-ik]

adjective Bacteriology.

thriving on artificial media, as certain bacteria (opposed to dysgonic).

Nearby words

  1. euglenid,
  2. euglenophyte,
  3. euglobulin,
  4. euglycemia,
  5. eugnathia,
  6. eugène,
  7. eugénie,
  8. euhedral,
  9. euhemerism,
  10. euhemerize

Origin of eugonic


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Medicine definitions for eugonic

eugonic

[yōō-gŏnĭk]

adj.

Relating to rapid and relatively luxuriant growth of a bacterial culture, especially that of the tubercle bacillus.

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