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Bacteria are classified by direct examination with the light microscope through its morphology ... A coccobacillus (plural coccobacilli) is a type of rod-shaped bacteria. The word coccobacillus reflects an intermediate shape between coccus (spherical) and bacillus (elongated). Coccobacilli rods are so short and wide that they ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coccus

A coccus (plural cocci) is any bacterium that has a spherical, ovoid, or generally round shape. It is one of the three distinct bacterial shapes, the other two being ...

www.quora.com/What-are-the-various-shapes-of-bacteria

The three most common bacterial cell shapes are cocci (spherical, from the Greek word for seed/berry), bacilli (rod-shaped, from the Greek word for staff), and ...

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Feb 5, 2017 ... Coccus is one of the three primary shapes of bacteria. Coccus (cocci plural) bacteria are round, oval, or spherical in shape. These cells can ...

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They include Epulopiscium fishelsoni, a bacillus-shaped bacterium that is ... and Thiomargarita namibiensis, a spherical bacterium between 100 and 750 µm in ...

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May 12, 2015 ... The three basic bacterial shapes are coccus (spherical), bacillus (rod-shaped), and spiral (twisted), however pleomorphic bacteria can assume ...

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There are many examples of bacteria such as chlamydia and salmonella which are ... Here are examples of bacteria that are spherical shaped (Coccus):.

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Apr 18, 2011 ... There are 3 common shapes of bacteria - cocci which are rounded; bacilli, which appear like ... Most bacteria are not harmful, in fact they are helpful by ... Some Basic Facts About Cocci Bacteria (Spherical Shaped Bacteria) ...

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The average diameter of spherical bacteria is 0.5-2.0µ (Figure 2.1). For rod- shaped or filamentous bacteria, length is 1-10µ and diameter is 0.25-1 .0µ.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1594593

Three broad considerations suggest that bacterial shapes are not accidental but are ..... However, because “spherical cells have the worst possible shape for ...