mycoplasmal


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my·co·plas·ma

 (mī′kō-plăz′mə)
n.
Any of various extremely small bacteria of the genus Mycoplasma that lack cell walls, are usually nonmotile, and are often pathogenic or parasitic in mammals.

[New Latin genus name : myco- + plasma.]

my′co·plas′mal adj.

mycoplasmal

(ˌmaɪkəʊˈplæzməl)
adj
(Biology) of, relating to, or caused by a mycoplasma
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