来自拉丁词 bacilum, 杆，棍，指该细菌在显微镜下形如杆，词源同bachelor.
- bacillus (n.)
- 1877, medical Latin, from Late Latin bacillus "wand," literally "little staff," diminutive of baculum "a stick," from PIE root *bak- "staff" (also source of Greek bakterion; see bacteria) + instrumentive suffix -culo. Introduced as a term in bacteriology 1853 by German botanist Ferdinand Cohn (1828-1898).
- 1. A facultative anaerobic bacillus strain Xg 01 is isolated from the dirt.
- 2. Spiral bacillus are good for human health if taken regularly.
- 3. A kind of bacillus has shown significant ability to decompose apatite.
- 4. Tuberculosis ( TB ): Bacterial disease caused by some species of mycobacterium ( tubercle bacillus ).
- 结核病: 一些分歧杆菌 ( 结核杆菌 ) 造成的细菌病.
- 5. Anthrax is a rare bacterial disease caused by the bacteria Anthracis Bacillus.
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