corynebacterial, adj.
/kawr'euh nee bak tear"ee euhm, keuh rin"euh-/, n., pl. corynebacteria /-tear"ee euh/.
any of various rod-shaped bacteria of the genus Corynebacterium, many of which are pathogenic.
[ < NL (1896) < Gk korýne club + bacterium BACTERIUM]

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