Sarcina



noun, plural sarcinas, sarcinae
[sahr-suh-nee] /ˈsɑr səˌni/ (Show IPA). Bacteriology.
1.
any of several spherical, saprophytic bacteria of the genus Sarcina, having a cuboidal cell arrangement.

Sarcina Sar·ci·na (sär’sə-nə)
n.
A genus of anaerobic gram-positive bacteria including both saprophytic and facultatively parasitic species.

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  • Sarcinae

    noun, plural sarcinas, sarcinae [sahr-suh-nee] /ˈsɑr səˌni/ (Show IPA). Bacteriology. 1. any of several spherical, saprophytic bacteria of the genus Sarcina, having a cuboidal cell arrangement. Sarcina Sar·ci·na (sär’sə-nə) n. A genus of anaerobic gram-positive bacteria including both saprophytic and facultatively parasitic species.

  • Sarco-

    1. a combining form meaning “flesh,” used in the formation of compound words: sarcocarp. combining form 1. indicating flesh: sarcoma sarco- or sarc- pref. Flesh: sarcocele. Striated muscle: sarcolemma.



  • Sarcoadenoma

    [sahr-koh-ad-n-oh-muh] /ˌsɑr koʊˌæd nˈoʊ mə/ noun, plural sarcoadenomas, sarcoadenomata [sahr-koh-ad-n-oh-muh-tuh] /ˌsɑr koʊˌæd nˈoʊ mə tə/ (Show IPA). Pathology. 1. adenosarcoma.

  • Sarcoblast

    sarcoblast sar·co·blast (sär’kə-blāst’) n. See myoblast.



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