Coccoid means shaped like or resembling a coccus, that is, spherical.
Trophozoites of "Acanthamoeba" hosting these strains were isolated from asymptomatic women in Germany and also in an outbreak of humidifier fever (‘Hall’s coccus’) in Vermont USA.
A diplococcus (plural diplococci) is a round bacterium (a coccus) that typically occurs in the form of two joined cells.
The name "Planococcus" is derived from the Greek noun "planes", translating into "a wanderer" and the Latin term "coccus." Together, "Planococcus" can be translated as a motile coccus.
The name "Alkalicoccus" is derived from the prefix "-alkali" (from the Arabic article "al", which translates to "the" and the Arabic noun "galiy", referring to the ashes of saltwort) and the suffix "-coccus" (from the Latin "coccus", referring to a sphere).
"Glutamicibacter ardleyensis" is a psychrotrophic and rod-coccus bacterium from the genus "Glutamicibacter".
"Leuconostoc pseudomesenteroides" is an intrinsically vancomycin-resistant, Gram-positive, coccus-shaped bacterium, with type strain NCDO 768.
This species of coccus stains Gram-negative, is non-motile, cannot form spores, and forms short chains. Its size ranges from 1.0 to 1.3 μm in diameter.
"Paeniglutamicibacter antarcticus" is a species of bacteria. It is Gram-positive, motile, aerobic and has a rod–coccus cycle.
"D. coccus" apparently has a disjunct distribution today, occurring in Mexico and also in Peru, but not in the region between.
"Vagococcus penaei" is a species of bacteria. It is Gram-positive, catalase-negative and coccus-shaped. Its type strain is CD276T (=LMG 24833T =CIP 109914T).
"Dactylopius coccus" is native to tropical and subtropical South America and North America in Mexico, where their host cacti grow natively.
They are roughly spherical (coccus) in shape and measure approximately [...] in diameter.
The name "Aerococcus" derives from the Greek "aer, aeros" (ἀήρ, ἀέρος), air; New Latin "coccus" (from Greek"kokkos" (κόκκος)), a berry; New Latin "Aerococcus", air coccus.
"Salinicoccus jeotgali" is a bacterium, first isolated from jeotgal, hence its name.
"Nosocomiicoccus" is a genus of gram-positive cocci.
Greek noun "agros", field or soil; New Latin masculine gender noun "coccus" (from Greek masculine gender noun [...] , grain, seed), coccus; New Latin masculine gender noun "Agrococcus" a coccus from soil.
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