Bacteria

Bacteria,

Definition of Bacteria:

  1. Singular bacterium. Microscopic single-cell (unicellular) life form that exists practically everywhere in the Earths environment, and is simpler than the cells of animals, fungi, and plants. Of about three million species of bacteria believed to exist, only about 4,000 are known and are divided into five general groups according to their shape: bacilli (rod shaped), cocci (ball shaped), filamentous (thread like), spirilla or spirochetes (spiral shaped), and vibrio (comma shaped). Some are free-living, harmless or beneficial (even essential) to other life forms, others are parasitic and produce toxins that cause disease or death.

  2. A member of a large group of unicellular microorganisms which have cell walls but lack organelles and an organized nucleus, including some that can cause disease.

Synonyms of Bacteria

Illness, Ailment, Infection, Disease, Disorder, Sickness, Affliction, Malady, Complaint, Upset, Condition, Infirmity, Indisposition, Malaise, Euglena, Adenovirus, Aerobe, Aerobic bacteria, Amoeba, Anaerobe, Anaerobic bacteria, Animalcule, Bacillus, Bacterium, Bug, Coccus, Colon bacillus, Diatom, Disease-producing microorganism, Dyad, Echovirus, Enterovirus, Filterable virus, Flagellate, Fungus, Germ, Gram-negative bacteria, Gram-positive bacteria, Microbe, Microorganism, Microspore, Microzoa, Mold, Monad, Nematode, Nonfilterable virus, Paramecium, Pathogen, Picornavirus, Protozoa, Protozoon, Reovirus, Rhinovirus, Rickettsia, Salmonella, Saprophyte, Spirillum, Spirochete, Spore, Sporozoon, Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Tetrad, Triad, Trypanosome, Vibrio, Virus, Volvox, Vorticellum, Zoospore

How to use Bacteria in a sentence?

  1. She was worried about bacteria growing on her counter, so she used a bleach disinfectant to wipe down the entire length.
  2. A urine test can also be used to confirm that the bacteria are the Legionella bacteria.
  3. My doctor always washes his hands and uses new gloves before he operates so he can make sure that bacteria doesnt infect an open wound on a patient.
  4. While most people consider bacteria to be a nasty germ that must be destroyed at all cost, there are in fact some good bacteria in the world that is necessary for the body to function properly.

Meaning of Bacteria & Bacteria Definition