noun vib·ri·on \ˈvi-brē-ˌän\

Definition of VIBRION

:  vibrio; also :  a motile bacterium

Origin of VIBRION

New Latin Vibrion-, Vibrio
First Known Use: 1882
Medical Dictionary


noun vib·ri·on \ˈvib-rē-ˌän\

Medical Definition of VIBRION

:  vibrio 2; also :  a motile bacterium


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