suipestifer infection

noun sui·pes·ti·fer infection \¦süˌī|¦pestəfə(r)-, ¦süē|\

Definition of suipestifer infection

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Origin and Etymology of suipestifer infection

New Latin suipestifer (specific epithet of Salmonella suipestifer, a bacterium causing the disease), from Latin sus swine + -i- + pestifer pestilential — more at sow, pestiferous

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a brief usually trivial fact

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