noun, plural vib·ri·os. Bacteriology.
Origin of vibrio
Examples from the Web for vibrio
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?The Poet at the Breakfast Table|Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
Test the vibrio isolated against the serum of an animal immunised to the Vibrio choleræ for agglutination.The Elements of Bacteriological Technique|John William Henry Eyre
Ear-cockle, a disease in wheat caused by the presence in the grain of worms belonging to the genus Vibrio.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
Mller introduced the terms Monas, Proteus and Vibrio, which are still in use.The Fundamentals of Bacteriology|Charles Bradfield Morrey
In two other genera of this family, Vibrio and Spirulna, the filaments are spiral.An Elementary Text-book of the Microscope|John William Griffith