bacilliform


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Adj.1.Bacilliform - formed like a bacillusbacilliform - formed like a bacillus    
formed - having or given a form or shape
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bacilliforme
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Theileria are small round, ovoid, irregular or bacilliform shaped parasites and found in both erythrocytes and lymphocytes.
Coat proteins of Rice tungro bacilliform virus and Mungbean yellow mosaic virus contain multiple nuclear-localization signals and interact with importin a.
Beachy, "RF2a, a bZIP transcriptional activator of the phloem-specific rice tungro bacilliform virus promoter, functions in vascular development," The EMBO Journal, vol.
The rice tungro bacilliform virus (RTBV) is a double-stranded deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) virus from the family Caulimoviridae, of the genus Tungrovirus [3], and the rice tungro spherical virus (RTSV), a single-stranded ribonucleic acid (RNA) virus from the family Sequiviridae, of the genus Waikavirus [4].
The females are further characterized by an elongate head with a gular bridge without a sclerotized median carina or a felted line, mandibles with one gland only, absence of labrum, bilobed clypeus with a median setose carina, pedicel without axial spines, third segment with three completely fused anelli and a short unsegmented acuminated projection, labiomaxillary complex with distinct stipes and galea, bacilliform process pointing backward, segmented labium, forewing closed costal cell, spurious veins and moderate pilosity, and a twelfth flagellomere.
Bacidia kekesiana is distinguished by the minute birefracting crystals in the exciple, ascospores with 0-4 cells that are 25 (-30) X 1.9(-2.4) [micro]m, and conidia that are bacilliform and <5.5 X <1.2 [micro]m (Harris, 2009).