The spelling of the scientific name "Rahnella aquatilis" can be explained using IPA phonetic transcription. "Rahnella" is pronounced as "rəˈnɛlə," while "aquatilis" is pronounced as "ˌæk.wəˈtaɪ.lɪs." The first part of the word is derived from the surname of the discoverer of the bacterium, Elmer R. Rahn. The second part references the aquatic habitat of the bacteria. It is important to spell scientific names accurately for clarity in communication within the scientific community. Rahnella aquatilis is a bacterium that has been found in soil, water, and clinical specimens.

Common Misspellings for RAHNELLA AQUATILIS

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1590 words made out of letters RAHNELLA AQUATILIS

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