[klo-strid-ee-uh m] /klɒˈstrɪd i əm/
noun, plural clostridia
[klo-strid-ee-uh] /klɒˈstrɪd i ə/ (Show IPA). Bacteriology.
any of several rod-shaped, spore-forming, anaerobic bacteria of the genus Clostridium, found in soil and in the intestinal tract of humans and animals.
noun (pl) -iums, -ia (-ɪə)
any anaerobic typically rod-shaped bacterium of the genus Clostridium, occurring mainly in soil, but also in the intestines of humans and animals: family Bacillaceae. The genus includes the species causing botulism and tetanus
Clostridium Clos·trid·i·um (klŏ-strĭd’ē-əm)
A genus of rod-shaped, spore-forming, chiefly anaerobic bacteria including the nitrogen-fixing bacteria found in soil and those causing botulism and tetanus.
/ˈkluːnɪ/ noun 1. George. born 1961, US film actor; he starred in the television series ER (1994–99) and the films The Perfect Storm (2000), and Ocean’s Eleven (2001), Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002, also directed), Syriana (2005, also directed), and The American (2010)
[kloh-nuh s] /ˈkloʊ nəs/ noun, plural clonuses. Pathology. 1. a rapid succession of flexions and extensions of a group of muscles, usually signifying an affection of the brain or spinal cord. /ˈkləʊnəs/ noun 1. a type of convulsion characterized by rapid contraction and relaxation of a muscle n. “violent muscular spasms,” 1817, from Modern Latin, […]
/klɒnˈtɑːf/ noun 1. Battle of Clontarf, a battle fought in 1014, near Dublin, in the Republic of Ireland, in which the Danes were defeated by the Irish but the Irish king, Brian Boru, was killed
- Clonorchis sinensis
Clonorchis sinensis Clo·nor·chis si·nen·sis (klō-nôr’kĭs sə-něn’sĭs) n. A trematode worm that causes clonorchiasis in humans; the Oriental liver fluke.