Chla·my·diae (klə-midґe-e) 1. a phylum of gram-positive or gram-variable, nonmotile, obligately parasitic bacteria that multiply by means of a complex life cycle within cytoplasmic vacuoles of mammalian and avian host cells. It contains the single class Chlamydiae. 2. the sole class of this phylum, containing the single order Chlamydiales.

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