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bakterienabt��tend Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Bakterie {f}, Bakterium {n}, Spaltpilz {m} [biol.] [med.]
Bakterien {pl}
bacterium
bacteria, bacteriums
Bakterie
bacterium
Bakterie, Spaltpilz
bacterium
Bakterie {f}; Bakterium {n}; Spaltpilz {m} [biol.] [med.]
Bakterien {pl}; Eubacteria {pl} (veraltet) (biologische Domäne)
freilebende Bakterien
spiegelartige Bakterien
bacterium
bacteria; bacteriums (biological domain)
asymbiotic bacteria; non-symbiotic bacteria
mirror-like bacteria
bakteriell {adj}
bacterial
bakteriell {adv}
bacterially
bakteriell
bacterial
bakteriell
bacterially
bakterielle
bacterially
Bakterienerkrankung {f}; Bakterienkrankheit {f}; bakterielle Krankheit {f}; Bakteriose {f} [med.]
Bakterienerkrankungen {pl}; Bakterienkrankheiten {pl}; bakterielle Krankheiten {pl}; Bakteriosen {pl}
bacterial disease; bacteriosis
bacterial diseases; bacterioses
Bakterienruhr {f}; Ruhr {f}; bakterielle Dysenterie {f}; Shigellose {f} [med.]
bacillary dysentery; aslum dysentery; shigellosis
Bakterienverseuchung {f}; Bakterieneinschleppung {f}; bakterielle Kontamination {f} [med.]
bacterial contamination
Endokarditis {f}; Entzündung der Herzinnenhaut [med.]
akute bakterielle Endokarditis
endocarditis
acute bacterial endocarditis
Impfung {f}; Vakzination {f} [med.]
Impfungen {pl}
bakterielle Impfung; Bakterienvakzination {f}
vaccination; jab [Br.] [coll.]
vaccinations; jabs
bacterial vaccination; bacterination
Infektion {f}; Ansteckung {f} [med.]
Infektionen {pl}; Ansteckungen {pl}
bakterielle Infektion; Bakterieninfektion {f}
multiple Infektion; Mischinfektion {f}
infection
infections
bacterial infection
multiple infection; mixed infection
Nahrungsmittelvergiftung {f} [med.]
Nahrungsmittelvergiftungen {pl}
akute bakterielle Nahrungsmittelvergiftung
food poisoning; food intoxication; alimentary toxicosis
food poisonings; food intoxications; alimentary toxicoses
enterocolitis syndrome
bakterielle Herzinnenhautentzündung; Endokardentzündung; Bakterien-Endokarditis {f} [med.]
(subacute) bacterial endocarditis
Abbau {m}; Zersetzung {f}; Degradierung {f} (von etw.) [chem.] [biol.]
bakterieller Abbau
biologischer Abbau
chemischer Abbau
photochemischer Abbau; Abbau durch Licht
metabolischer Abbau
thermischer Abbau
Abbau durch Bakterien
breakdown; decomposition; degradation (of sth.)
bacterial degradation
biological breakdown degradation; biodegradation
chemical breakdown diegradation
photochemical breakdown degradation; photodegradation
metabolic breakdown
thermal degradation
bacterial decomposition
Impfstoff {m}; Vakzine {f} [pharm.]
Impfstoffe {pl}
bakterieller Impfstoff {m}; Bakterienvakzine {f}
gemischter Impfstoff; Mischimpfstoff {m}
vaccine
vaccines
bacterial vaccine; bacterin
mixed vaccine
Bakterien
bacilli
Bakterien
bacteria
Bakterien
bacteriums
Bakteriocholie {f} (Auftreten von Bakterien in der Galle) [med.]
bacteriocholia
Brutapparat {m}; Brutschrank {m}; Brutkasten {m}; Inkubator {m}
Brutapparate {pl}; Brutschränke {pl}; Brutkästen {pl}; Inkubatoren {pl}
sich im Inkubator entwickeln
Bakterien im Inkubator züchten
incubator
incubators
to incubate
to incubate bacteria
Stickstoffbakterien {pl}; stickstoffbindende stickstoffsammelnde Bakterien {pl}; Stickstoffmehrer {pl}; Nitrifikanten {pl} [biol.]
nitrobacteria; nitrogen-fixing bacteria
Wimpernschlag {m} (von Bakterien) [biol.]
ciliary movement (of bacteria)
(mit Bakterien) animpfen {vt} [biol.]
to accumulate bacteria
thermophil {adj} (Bakterien) [biol.]
thermophilic (bacteria)
Coliforme Bakterien [pl] [med.]
Coliform bacteria
Bakterienabstrich {m} [med.]
bacterial smear
bakterienabtötend; bakterienvernichtend; bakterienauflösend; bakteriolytisch {adj} [med.]
bacteria-killing; bacteria-destroying; antibacterial; bacteriolytic; bacteriotoxic
bakterienabtötend; bakterizid {adj} [med.] [pharm.]
bactericidal
Bakterizid {n}; bakterienabtötende Substanz {f} [med.] [pharm.]
Bakterizide {pl}; bakterienabtötende Substanzen {pl}
bactericide
bactericides
Bakterienvernichtung {f}; Bakterienabtötung {f}; Bakterienauflösung {f}; Bakteriolyse {f} [med.]
bacterial destruction; bacteriolysis; bacteriophagia
Bakterienanlagerung {f}; Bakterienadhäsion {f} [med.]
adhesion of bacteria
bakterienartig; bakterienähnlich {adj} [biol.]
bacteria-like; bacteroid
Bakterienagglutination {f} [med.]
bacterial agglutination
Bakterienaktivität {f}
bacterial activity
Bakterienallergen {n} [med.]
bacterial allergen
Bakterienallergie {f} [med.]
bacterial allergy
Bakterienangst {f} [med.]
bacteriophobia; bacillophobia
Bakterienansiedlung {f} [biol.]
Bakterienansiedlungen {pl}
bacterial settling
bacterial settlings
Bakterienantagonismus {m} [biol.]
bacterial antagonism
Bakterienantitoxin {n} [pharm.]
bacterial antitoxin
Streptococcus {n} (Bakterienart)
streptococcus
Bakterienart {f} [biol.]
bacterial species
Gonokokkus {pl} (Bakterienart)
Gonokokken {pl}
gonococcus
gonococci
Kokkus {m} (Bakterienart) [biol.]
Kokken {pl}
coccus
cocci; ball bacteria
Staphylokokkus {m} (Bakterienart)
Staphylokokken {pl}
staphylococcus; staph [coll.]
staphylococci; staphs
Streptokokkus {m}; Streptococcus {m} (Bakterienart)
Streptokokken {pl}
Streptokokken-Infektion {f} (im Rachen)
Infektionen durch Streptokokken der Gruppe B
streptococcus; strep
streptococci; streps
strep throat
group B streptococcal infections
Bakterienausbreitung {f} [med.]
bacterial spreading; spreading of bacteria
Bakterienausfluss {m} [med.]
bacteriorrhoea
Bakterienaussaat {f} [med.]
bacterial seeding; bacterial dissemination
Bakterienausscheider {m} [med.]
bacterial carrier; vector
Bakterienausscheidung {f} im Urin [med.]
bacteriuria; bacteruria
Bakterienbefall {m} [med.]
bacterial invasion
Bakterienbehandlung {f} [med.]
bacteriotherapy
Bakterienchlorophyll {n} [biol.]
bacteriochlorophyll
Bakteriendissoziation {f} [biol.]
bacterial dissociation
Bakterienektotoxin {n} [biol.]
bacterial ectotoxin
Bakterienembolie {f} [med.]
bacterial embolism; infective embolism
Bakterienenzym {n} [biol.]
Bakterienenzyme {pl}
bacterial enzyme
bacterial enzymes
Bakterienerythrin {n} (roter Bakterienfarbstoff) [biol.]
bacterioerythrin
Bakterienfaden {m} [biol.]
Bakterienfäden {pl}
bacterial thread
bacterial threads
Bakterienfärbeverfahren {n} nach Gram [med.]
Gram's staining method; Gram's stain
Bakterienfärbung {f} [med.]
bacterial staining
Bakterienfilter {m} [med.]
Bakterienfilter {pl}
bacterial filter
bacterial filters
Bakterienflora {f} [med.]
oropharyngeale Bakterienflora
bacterial flora
oropharyngeal bacterial flora
bakterienförmig {adj}
bacteriform
Bakterienforscher {m}; Bakterienforscherin {f}; Bakteriologe {m}; Bakteriologin {f}
Bakterienforscher {pl}; Bakterienforscherinnen {pl}; Bakteriologen {pl}; Bakteriologinnen {pl}
bacteriologist
bacteriologists
bakterienfrei {adj} [med.]
bacteria-free
bakterienfressend {adj} [biol.]
bacteriophagic
bakterienhaltig; bakterienhältig [Ös.]; bakterienführend {adj} [biol.]
bacteria-containing; carrying bacteria
Chlamydien {pl} (Bakteriengattung) [biol.]
chlamydia
Bakteriengattung
streptococcus
biologische Gattung {f} [biol.]
Gattungen {pl}
Pflanzengattung {f}; botanische Gattung {f}
Tiergattung {f}; zoologische Gattung {f}
Bakteriengattung {f}
biological genus
genera
plant genus; botanical genus
animal genus; zoological genus
bacteria genus
Bakteriengehalt {m} [med.]
bacterial content
Bakteriengeißel {f} [biol.]
bacterial flagellum
Bakteriengift {n}; Bakterientoxin {n} [biochem.]
Bakteriengifte {pl}; Bakterientoxine {pl}
bacterial poison; bacterial toxin; bacteriotoxin
bacterial poisons; bacterial toxins; bacteriotoxins
bakteriengiftig {adj} [med.]
bacteriotoxic
bakterienhemmend; antibakteriell {adj}
bacteriostatic; antibacterial
Bakterienhemmstoff {m}
Bakterienhemmstoffe {pl}
bacteriostat; bacteriotoxin
bacteriostats; bacteriotoxins
Bakterienwachstumshemmung {f}; Bakterienhemmung {f} [med.]
bacteriostasis
Bakterienhemmungsbereich {m} [med.]
bacteriostatic spectrum; bacterial spectrum
Bakterienkapsel {f} [biol.]
Bakterienkapseln {pl}
bacterial capsule
bacterial capsules
Bakterienkette {f} [biol.]
Bakterienketten {pl}
bacterial chain
bacterial chains
Bakterienkolonie {f} [biol.]
Bakterienkolonien {pl}
kleine Bakterienkolonie
bacterial colony
bacterial colonies
small bacterial colony; microcolony
Bakterienkolonienauflösung {f}
bacterioclasis
Bakterienkonjugation {f} [biol.]
bacterial conjugation
Bakterientransformation {f}; Bakterienkonversion {f} [med.]
Bakterientransformationen {pl}; Bakterienkonversionen {pl}
bacterial transformation
bacterial transformations
Bakterienkonvolut {n} [biol.]
bacterial convolution; clump of bacteria
Bakterienkrieg {m}
Bakterienkriege {pl}
germ warfare
germ warfares
Bakterienkultur {f}
bacterial culture
Bakterienzüchtung {f}; Bakterienkultur {f}
Bakterienzüchtungen {pl}; Bakterienkulturen {pl}
Bakterienkultur im hängenden Tropfen
bacterial culture; bacteriological culture; microbic culture
bacterial cultures; bacteriological cultures; microbic cultures
hanging drop culture
Beimpfung {f}; Beimpfen {n} (einer Bakterienkultur)
inoculation
Hustenplatte {f} (Bakterienkulturen) [biol.]
cough plate
Nährstoff {m} [biol.]
Nährstoffe {pl}
Nährstoff für Bakterienkulturen
nutrient; nutriment
nutrients
nutrient medium; nutritive substance
Bakterienkunde {f}
bacteriology
Bakterienkunde
bacteriology
Bakterienkunde {f}; Bakteriologie {f} [sci.]
bacteriology
Bakterienlaugung {f} [min.]
bacterial leaching
bakterienlos {adj}
abacterial
Bakterienpilze {pl}; Polyangiden {pl}
myxobacteria
Bakterienplaque {f} [biol.]
bacterial plaque
Bakterienpolysaccharid {n} [med.]
bacterial polysaccharide
Bakterienprotein {n} [biol.]
bacterial protein; bacterioprotein
Bakterienpyrogen {n} [med.]
bacterial pyrogen
Bakterienrasen {m}
bacterial lawn; bacterial layer
bakterienreich {adj}
bacteria-rich; rich in bacteria
Bakterienresistenz {f} [med.]
bacterial resistance
Bakterienribosom {n} [biol.]
Bakterienribosomen {pl}
bacterial ribosome
bacterial ribosomes
Bakterienschädigung {f} [med.]
Bakterienschädigungen {pl}
bacterial injury
bacterial injuries
Bakterienschleuder {f} [med.]
bacteria breeding ground; breeding ground for bacteria
Bakteriensepsis {f} [med.]
bacterial sepsis
Bakterienserotyp {m} [biol.]
bacterial serotype
Bakterienspektrum {n} [med.]
bacterial spectrum
Bakterienstamm {m} [biol.]
Bakterienstämme {pl}
bacterial strain; strain of bacteria
bacterial strains; strains of bacteria
Bakterienstamm {m}
strain
Bakterienstreuung {f} [med.]
bacterial seeding; bacterial dissemination
Bakterienträger {m}
Bakterienträger {pl}
bacteria carrier
bacteria carriers
Bakterientransformation {f}
bacterial transformation; bacterial modification
Bakterienüberimpfung {f} [biol.]
Bakterienüberimpfungen {pl}
bacterial inoculation
bacterial inoculations
bakterienuntersuchend {adj} [med.]
bacterioscopic
Bakterienvariation {f} [biol.]
Bakterienvariationen {pl}
bacterial variation
bacterial variations
Vermehrung {f} [biol.]
Bakterienvermehrung {f}
reproduction; multiplication; breeding
bacterial multiplication
bakterienvertreibend {adj} [med.]
germifuge
Bakterienwachstum {n} [biol.]
bacterial growth
bakterienwirksam {adj} [med.]
bacteriotropic
Bakterienzählung {f} [med.]
bacterial counting
Bakterienzahl {f} (im Wasser)
bacterial count (in the water)
Bakterienzelle {f} [biol.]
Bakterienzellen {pl}
bacterial cell
bacterial cells
Bakterienzellplasma {n} [biol.]
bacterial cytoplasma
Bakterienzellwand {f} [biol.]
Bakterienzellwände {pl}
bacterial cell wall
bacterial cell walls
Bakterienzylinder {m} (krankhafter Harnbestandteil) [med.]
bacterial cast

Deutsche Synonyme für bakterienabt��tend

tend toward  be disposed to  choose rather  favor  feel about it  have a bias  have preference  have rather  honor before  incline toward  
tend  administer to  aim  animadvert  attend  attend on  attend to  baby-sit  bear  bed  

Englische Synonyme für bacterium

Lexikoneinträge für bacterium / bacteria bacteriums

Bacteria (n.p.) See Bacterium.
Bacteria (pl. ) of Bacterium
Bacterium (n.) A microscopic vegetable organism, belonging to the class Algae, usually in the form of a jointed rodlike filament, and found in putrefying organic infusions. Bacteria are destitute of chlorophyll, and are the smallest of microscopic organisms. They are very widely diffused in nature, and multiply with marvelous rapidity, both by fission and by spores. Certain species are active agents in fermentation, while others appear to be the cause of certain infectious diseases. See Bacillus.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

bacteria
bacterium
(microbiology) singleelled or noncellular spherical or spiral or rod-shaped organisms lacking chlorophyll that reproduce by fission, important as pathogens and for biochemical properties, taxonomy is difficult, often considered to be plants
probiotic
probiotic bacterium
probiotic microflora
probiotic flora
a beneficial bacterium found in the intestinal tract of healthy mammals, often considered to be a plant
bacteria order an order of bacteria
bacteria family a family of bacteria
bacteria genus a genus of bacteria
bacteria species a species of bacteria
eubacteria
eubacterium
true bacteria
a large group of bacteria having rigid cell walls, motile types have flagella
phototrophic bacteria
phototropic bacteria
green and purple bacteria, energy for growth is derived from sunlight, carbon is derived from carbon dioxide or organic carbon
purple bacteria free-living Gram-negative pink to purplish-brown bacteria containing bacteriochlorophyll
ring rot bacteria
Pseudomonas solanacearum
causes brown rot in tomatoes and potatoes and tobacco etc
nitric bacteria
nitrobacteria
soil bacteria that convert nitrites to nitrates
nitrosobacteria
nitrous bacteria
soil bacteria that oxidize ammonia to nitrites
thiobacteria
sulphur bacteria
sulfur bacteria
any bacterium of the genus Thiobacillus
ratbite fever bacterium
Spirillum minus
a bacterium causing ratbite fever
enteric bacteria
enterobacteria
enterics
entric
rod-shaped Gram-negative bacteria, most occur normally or pathogenically in intestines of humans and other animals
endospore-forming bacteria a group of true bacteria
nitrate bacterium
nitric bacterium
any of the nitrobacteria that oxidize nitrites into nitrates
nitrite bacterium
nitrous bacterium
any of the nitrobacteria that oxidize ammonia into nitrites
potato scab bacteria
Streptomyces scabies
cause of a potato disease characterized by brownish corky tissue
penicillinesistant bacteria bacteria that are unaffected by penicillin
pus-forming bacteria bacteria that produce pus
myxobacteria
myxobacterium
myxobacter
gliding bacteria
slime bacteria
bacteria that form colonies in self-produced slime, inhabit moist soils or decaying plant matter or animal waste
bacteria bed layer of sand or gravel used to expose sewage effluent to air and the action of microorganisms

 

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