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Definition of the noun botulinus

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noun - plural: botulinuses

  1. anaerobic bacterium producing botulin the toxin that causes botulism

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Google previewColorado Medicine Vol XIII (1916)

The Bacillus botulinus is a large organism with rounded ends, and producing oval spores situated in the end of the organism. It has slight ...

Google previewJAMA (1922)

The Journal of the American Medical Association

botulinus is a common inhabitant of the animal intestine. Graham, however, has reported finding B. botulinus, Type A, in the tissues of swine, and has ...

Google previewJournal of the American Medical Association (1922)

botulinus is a common inhabitant of the animal intestine. Graham, however, has reported finding B. botulinus, Type A, in the tissues of swine, and has ...

Google previewReport of the Secretary of Agriculture (1918)

by United States. Department of Agriculture

The outcome of the year's observations tends to strengthen the theory that Bacillus botulinus is the factor to be reckoned with in many cases of forage poisoning; however, definite proof was not obtained. MAMMITIS. An effort has been made to ...

Google previewA System of Medicine, by Many Writers (1909)

by Thomas Clifford Allbutt

As the Bacillus botulinus is the most common cause of socalled ichthyotoxismus, it has been suggested that mussel poisoning is also due to this micro-organism ; but, as will be seen in the section on Diagnosis, there are strong clinical reasons ...

Google previewAnnual Reports of the Department of Agriculture for the Fiscal Year Ended ... (1918)

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture, Miscellaneous Reports by United States. Dept. of Agriculture

The outcome of the year's observations tends to strengthen the theory that Bacillus botulinus is the factor to be reckoned with in many cases of forage poisoning; however, definite proof was not obtained. MAMMITIS. An effort has been made to ...

Google previewJournal of Bacteriology (1919)

by Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, James Morgan Sherman, John Roger Porter

botulinus is a proteolytic anaerobe. It digests and darkens but does not blacken meat and brain media. It produces strong toxin in meat cultures and the organisms remain viable for a much longer period in meat and brain cultures ...

Google previewThe Journal of Infectious Diseases (1922)

botulinus is a common soil anaerobe of the Cordilleran Mountain system. B. botulinus, type A, predominated, although type B occurred ...

Google previewFood Poisoning and Foor Infections

botulinus is a large bacillus (4-6 long by 0-9 to 1-2 /x wide) which sometimes forms short threads. It is slightly motile with four to eight flagella. Under suitable conditions, such as in an alkaline gelatine medium incubated at 20°-25° C., ...

Google previewProceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations ... (1920)

by Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations

botulinus is an anaerobe and its spores are highly resistant; hence it is difficult to destroy it. Furthermore, hermetic sealing presents a favorable condition for the growth of this anaerobe. Poisoning is usually traced to domestically canned ...

Google previewExperiment station r (1916)

botulinus is an anaerobic organism which develops and produces its toxin best in the dark and at a temperature of 22 to 28°, canned goods afford a favorable medium for its growth. In view of the results of these ...

Google previewReport of the President (1922)

botulinus is a common inhabitant of the soil. It has also been shown that the soil of certain localities is heavily polluted with the spores of this organism and that consequently any product of the soil ...

Google previewHandbook of Meat Inspection (1907)

by Robert von Ostertag

botulinus is an obligate anaerobo and forms oval spores in the end of the rod, more rarely in the middle, which are somewhat thicker than the rods themselves. Sporulation occurs only under a temperature of 35° C. and takes place more ...

Google previewProceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the Association of American Agricultural Colleges & Experiment Stations (1919)

by Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations. Convention

botulinus is an anaerobe and its spores are highly resistant; hence it is difficult to destroy it. Furthermore, hermetic sealing presents a favorable condition for the growth of this anaerobe. Poisoning is usually traced to domestically canned ...

Google previewYear Book (1918)

The bacillus botulinus is an aerobic organism, that is, it grows in the absence of air. It grows rapidly at 20 to 25 degrees centigrade, but only sparingly at 37 degrees centigrade, and there is no conclusive evidence that it produces its toxin to ...

Google previewPharmacology and Therapeutics, Preventive Medicine (1922)

by Bernard Fantus, William Augustus Evans

Botulinus. K. F. Meyer and J. C. Geiger9 consider that examination of the stools of persons suffering from botulism for spores of B. botulinus is a valuable clinical diagnostic procedure. In botulism there is constipation ...

Google previewAnnual reports of the Department of Agriculture (1918)

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. Reports of Chiefs by United States. Dept. of Agriculture

The outcome of the year's observations tends to strengthen the theory that Bacillus botulinus is the factor to be reckoned with in many cases of forage poisoning; however, definite proof was not obtained. MAMMITIS. An effort has been made to ...

Google previewWestern Canner and Packer (1921)

The bacillus botulinus is a spore forming organism , and ...

Google previewStudies in Anaerobes ... (1921)

by Ivan Clifford Hall

botulinus is a large pleomorphic gram-positive, sluggishly motile rod occurring singly, in pairs and in chains. The spores are clostridial, subterminal and oval in shape. They are formed by some cultures abundantly; by others ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Cell & Molecular Biology (2012)

by John M. Lackie

See Botox, botulinus toxins C2 and C3, synaptobrevin, tetanus toxin. botulinus toxin C2 An AB toxin with binding subunit (721aa) and an enzymatic subunit ( 5431aa) that ADP-ribosylates monomeric G-actin and blocks the formation of ...

Google previewThe Nutrition and Health Dictionary (1995)

by Percy Russell, Anita Williams

botulinus poisoning 61 bone. Living tissue containing blood vessels and nerves within the hard bone structure. The living cells that form bones are osteocytes. Bone cells can select calcium and other minerals from blood and tissue fluid and ...

Google previewEssential 18000 English-Chichewa Medical Words Dictionary (2015)

by Nam Nguyen

botulinus, tetanus or diphtheria. antitoxin ...

Google previewEssential 18000 English-Estonian Medical Words Dictionary (2015)

by Nam Nguyen

botulinus, tetanus or diphtheria. antitoksiiniga ...

Google previewEssential 18000 English-Maltese Medical Words Dictionary (2015)

by Nam Nguyen

botulinus, tetanus or diphtheria. antitossin a ...

Google previewEssential 18000 English-Armenian Medical Words Dictionary (2015)

by Nam Nguyen

botulinus, tetanus or diphtheria. հակաթույն ...

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