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1A bacterium that occurs mainly in the intestine, especially a serotype causing food poisoning.
- ‘Bacilli and salmonellae were also found to be sensitive to dicyclomine.’
- ‘Droppings carry potentially dangerous bacteria like listeria and salmonella that can cause a range of illnesses including meningitis.’
- ‘Large bone infarcts may become secondarily infected with various bacteria, including salmonellae, resulting in osteomyelitis.’
- ‘Results of infection by common bacteria such as salmonella, campylobacter and listeria can include vomiting, stomach cramps, diarrhoea, or even death.’
- ‘It is possible for cold spots to harbor harmful bacteria such as salmonella, which is a particular concern for baby bottles.’
- 1.1Food poisoning caused by infection with salmonella bacterium.‘an outbreak of salmonella’
- ‘However, a series of crises in farming including BSE, salmonella, swine fever and now foot and mouth, have resulted in millions of animals being destroyed.’
- ‘Human waste is likely to result in such diseases as e-coli and salmonella and increase the rat population in these areas.’
- ‘Brian Henson, 35, pleaded guilty to 14 counts of breaking food safety regulations, leading to an outbreak of salmonella at The Bacon Joint, in Bolton.’
- ‘According to the CSPI, in recent years there have been several outbreaks of both salmonella and E. coli caused by non-pasteurized juices.’
- ‘Inadequate hand hygiene also contributes to food-related illnesses, such as salmonella and E. coli infection.’
Modern Latin, named after Daniel E. Salmon (1850–1914), US veterinary surgeon.
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