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Etymology: New Latin, from chrom- + bacterium
1. capitalized : a genus of aerobic gram-negative saprophytic soil and water bacteria (family Rhizobiaceae) producing a violet pigment
2. plural chromobacteria : a bacterium of the genus Chromobacterium

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