bacteriogenic bac·te·ri·o·gen·ic (bāk-tēr’ē-ə-jěn’ĭk) or bac·te·ri·og·e·nous (-ŏj’ə-nəs)
Caused by bacteria.
bacteroid. Also, bacterioidal. bacteroid.
- Bacteriogenic agglutination
bacteriogenic agglutination bacteriogenic agglutination n. The clumping of red blood cells due to the action of bacteria.
bacteriology. abbreviation bacteriological bacteriology bacteriology
a branch of microbiology dealing with the identification, study, and cultivation of bacteria and with their applications in medicine, agriculture, industry, and biotechnology. Historical Examples The platinum wire used in bacteriologic work is less satisfactory because not usually stiff enough. A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis James Campbell Todd The diagnosis should always be confirmed by […]