|Part of Speech:||n|
|Definition:||a type of microorganism that is much smaller than normal bacteria, found in some living tissue and in rock; also called nanobe|
|Example:||Nanobacteria grown in the laboratory produce calcium phosphate formations, much like those found in kidney, gall, and bladder stones.|
|Etymology:||nano- + bacterium|
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