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what are the 9 nonps proteobacteria?
EVPALNRBM
enterics
vibrio
pseudomonads
agrobacteria
legionella
neisseria
rockettsia
bdellovibrio
myxobacteria
enterics
gi tracts of animals
path and opportunistic
fac aerobes - ferment glucose when no o2
petriichious flagella
most notable pathogens
ecoli
shigella dysenterie
salmonella tyhpi- typhoid fever
salmonella typehnium - dysentery
yersentia - bubonic plague
vibrio
curved rod - aquatic
in or on shellfish
fac aerobes
polr or petrichious flagella
most notable vibrio pathogens
vibrio cholera
vibrio vulnificus - shellfish causes septicemia
pseudomonads
non fermentative
strict aerobes
100 c sources
bioremediation
most notable pethogens
pseudomonads aerogenosa - tract infection burn infection
agrobacterium
bacteria causes tumors crown gall disease in dicots
tumor gene in ti plasmid
t dna contains ti plasmid and enters plant cell causes tumor
legionella
strict aerobes use aa as source of c and energy
pneumonia
neisseria
strict aerobes
non motile
nasal respiratory
most non pathogenic
most notable pathogens
neisseria ghonneria
neisseria meningitis
rickettsia
obligate intracellular parasite
ticks fleas given to humans
most notable pathogens
r. ricketsii - rocky mountain fever
r. prowazeki - typhus
bdellovibrio
curved rod
parasite to other bacteria
oblige aerobes
polar flagella
aquatic and soil
myxobacteria
parasite to other gram + bacteria
glide
swarm looking for food - when no nutrients form mound and start to differentiate to form fruiting body - cells form exosporres that get dispersed in wind