IPA: bʌsˈɪɫɝi


  • Of or pertaining to a bacillus

Examples of "bacillary" in Sentences

  • Coccoid and bacillary forms also occur as well as oval shapes.
  • The coccoid or bacillary bacteria can be found in soil or wet areas.
  • Coccoid forms predominate in infected tissue and bacillary forms in culture.
  • Bacillary dysentery is a type of dysentery, and is a severe form of shigellosis.
  • It was mainly what is called bacillary dysentery, for which Epsom salts is one of the best remedies.
  • He said the institute was unable to test the present specimen for diseases such as bacillary dysentery and typhoid.
  • There have been more cases of water-borne diseases picked up from Third World countries such as bacillary dysentery in the last three months in the Lothians than chickenpox.
  • Food-borne and water-borne illness: diseases, including amoebic and bacillary dysenteries and other diarrheal diseases, and the typhoid fevers are very common throughout the area.
  • According to early Tribune reports of August, 1941; the county began an aggressive chemical assault on Hill 57 to eradicate fly-borne bacillary dysentery after the deaths of five infants on Hill 57 that year.
  • Invariably, the outings were followed by bacillary distress dysentery, which might as well have been on the menu and was, as a consequence, a major topic of dinner table conversation among Chinese and Westerners alike.
  • These would have included things such as bacillary and amoebic dysentery, viral influenza and pneumonia, bacterial pathogens like staphylococcus and streptococcus, salmonella and other food poisoning agents, and various internal parasites.
  • The whole of India was a bacterial breeding ground, and many of the original members of their OSS team, who had spent weeks if not months in Calcutta or Delhi before moving to Ceylon in April to set up camp, had contracted bacillary dysentery.

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