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35 Cards in this Set

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gram-negative, coccobacilli, paired, 2 subgenera, non-motile, strict aerobe
moraxella (moraxella, branhamella)
moraxella, conjuctivitis
M. bovis
family alcaligenaceae, gram-negative, flagella, motile, coccobacilli, strict aerobe
pathogen of ciliated respiratory tract disease of most animals
B. bronchiseptica
bordetella in poutlry
B. avian
family contains many genera, gram-negative, coccobacilli, facultative anaerobes, commensal parasites
pasteurella (T) and mannheimia (A)
3 main pasteurella and mannheimia
P. multocida
M. haemolytica
P. trehalosi
review different Pateurella and the diseases they cause in various species of animal
review different Pateurella and the diseases they cause in various species of animal
intentional or threatened use of bacteria, fungi, or toxins form mliving organisms to produce death or disease in humans, animals and plants
to make agents that would incapacitate (not kill), and agents that would cure or provide prophylaxis in the form of a vaccine
aerobic, sporeforming, gram positive rods, bioterrorism
Bacillis anthracis
gram negative coccobacillis, bioterrorism
Yersinia pestis
obligate intracellular, gram negative rod, Q-fever, bioterrorism
Coxiella burnetti
gram negative rod, capsule, strict aerobe, Hunter's disease, bioterrorism
Francisella tularensis (Tuleremia)
gram negative, small cocci or coccobacillus, facultative intracellular,
a disease which can be passed from wild or domestic animals to humans
pasteurellaceae family, facultative anaerobe, many different species, endogenous infections resulting from trauma or cell injury
review species specific diseases in pasteurellaceace
review species specific diseases in pasteurellaceace
3 main Haemophilus and Histophilus and what they cause
Haemophilus paragallimarum (infectious coryz in chickens), Haemophilus parasuis (cause of septicemic disease called Glasser's disease or polyserositis), Histophilius somni (cause of sempticemic, respiratory, and genital tract disease in callte and sheep)
bacteria that is very similar to H. paragallinarum
Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale
pasteurellaceae, gram negative coccobacilli, factultative anerobes, commensal parasites
Haemophilus and Histophilus
obligate intracellular, gram negative, coccobacili, two main genera
Chlamydophilia, Chlamydia
stain red with some exceptions, infectious non-proliferative
elementary bodies
stain blue, non-infectious proliferative
reticulate bodies
review various types of Chlamydiaceae and the species that are affected
review various types of Chlamydiaceae and the species that are affected
gram negative rod, disease in equine, facultative anaerobe
Taylorella equigenitalis
gram negative rods, strict aerobe, carbohydrate capsule, two main types
Burkholderia (B. mallei (glanders in horses), B. psuedomallei-motile (melioidosis in many species))
generally seen as a systemic pyogranulomatous disease
glanders-B. mallei
gram negative coccobacilli, cat scratch fever
Bartonella (henselae)
oblicate intracellular, gram negative, parasites of leukocytes, usually transmitted by ticks, Rickettciaceae family
review various Ehrlichia species and the ticks that transmit them
review two neorickettsia species and the animals that they affect
Rickettciaceae family, obligate intracellular, gram negative, vector is a fluke
intracellular parasites of erythrocytes, platelets and granulocytes, gram negative coccoid
two families of the order Rickettsiales
Rickettsiaceae, Anaplasmataceae
gram negative, parasites of vascular endothelium, tick-borne disease