/ (ˌzəʊəˈɡliːə) /
a mass of bacteria adhering together by a jelly-like substance derived from their cell walls
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Derived forms of zoogloeazoogloeal, adjective
Word Origin for zoogloea
C19: zoo- + New Latin gloea glue, from Greek gloia
Words nearby zoogloea
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Example sentences from the Web for zoogloea
It is these bacteria which form the zoogloea of the "mother of vinegar," though this film may contain other organisms as well.