Botulinus



a soil bacterium, Clostridium botulinum, that thrives and forms botulin under anaerobic conditions.
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Every Step in Canning Grace Viall Gray
Every Step in Canning Grace Viall Gray

noun (pl) -nuses
an anaerobic bacterium, Clostridium botulinum, whose toxins (botulins) cause botulism: family Bacillaceae

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  • Botulinum

    a soil bacterium, Clostridium botulinum, that thrives and forms botulin under anaerobic conditions. Contemporary Examples How Bin Laden Escaped in 2001—The lessons of Tora Bora Yaniv Barzilai December 14, 2013 The Deadliest Botox Has Arrived Kent Sepkowitz October 17, 2013 My Illegal, Flammable, Fabulous Hair Treatment Laura Bennett July 9, 2009 noun (pl) -nuses an […]

  • Botulinum-toxin

    noun a pharmaceutical formulation of botulin used in minute doses to treat various forms of muscle spasm and for the cosmetic removal of wrinkles See Botox botulinum toxin (bŏch’ə-lī’nəm) Any of several enzymes produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum that are extremely potent neurotoxins. Botulinum toxin interferes with the ability of neurons to release acetylcholine […]



  • Botulinus-toxin

    botulinus toxin

  • Botulism

    a sometimes fatal disease of the nervous system acquired from spoiled foods in which botulin is present, especially improperly canned or marinated foods. Contemporary Examples The Deadliest Botox Has Arrived Kent Sepkowitz October 17, 2013 The Deadliest Botox Has Arrived Kent Sepkowitz October 17, 2013 Historical Examples Every Step in Canning Grace Viall Gray Food […]



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