Microbiolgy (bacteria)

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Microbiolgy (bacteria)
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  1. B. hensela, catscratch disease
    Bartonella
  2. Brucellosis
    Brucella
  3. Ehrlichiosis
    Ehrlichia
  4. Rocky mountain spotted fever
    R. Rickettsii
  5. Typhus
    R. Prowazekii
  6. Lives in side but does not harm, will interfere with reproduction, endosymbiotic
    Wolbachia
  7. Stalked bacteria found in lakes
    Caulobacter
  8. Budding bacteria found in lake
    Hyphomicrobium
  9. Insert a plasmid into plants cells, (tumor)
    Agrobacterium
  10. Nitrogen fixing
    Azospirillium, Rhizobium, Azobactor, Azomonas, Frankia
  11. Produce acetic acid from ethyl alcohol
    Acetobacter, Gluconobacter
  12. Chemoautotrophic, uses sulfur
    Thiaobacillus
  13. Chemoautotrophic, surrounded by sheaths
    Sphaerotilus
  14. Chemoautotrophic, N. meningitis, N. gonorrhea
    Nesseria
  15. Freshwater, polar flagella, helical
    Spirillium
  16. B. pertusis, whooping cough
    Bordetella
  17. Nosocomial infections, common in cystic fibrosis
    Burkholderia
  18. Slimy masses in aerobic sewage treatment processess
    Zoolgloea
  19. Opportunisitic, P. aeurginosa, causes uti's, menengitis, infects wounds and burns
    Pseudomonas
  20. Conjunctivitis
    Moraxella
  21. L. pneumophillia, resp. infection, gram negative
    Legionella
  22. Q-fever, by contaminated milk or aerosol
    Coxiella
  23. found in coastal waters, causes cholerae
    Vibrio Cholerae
  24. found in coastal waters, causes gastroenteritis
    V. Parahaemolyticus
  25. causes pneumonia and septicemia
    Pasteurella
  26. Komodo dragons-Lethal
    P. multocida
  27. Requires X and V factors, meningitis and ear infections.
    Haemophilus
  28. Chemoautotrophic, uses sulfur, B. alba only species.
    Beggiatoa
  29. Small pleomorphic bacteria
    Francisella
  30. Tularensis
    F. Tularensis
  31. Greater variety of disease
    Streptococcus
  32. endospore producing, obligate anareobes, c. diff
    Clostrodium
  33. S. pneumoniae, S. mutan
    Alpha-hemolytic
  34. insectiside
    B. thugenesis
  35. Vaginitis
    Garnerella
  36. Trachomatis
    Chlamydia
  37. central endospore, nonmotile, grows best with o2
    Bacillales
  38. uses sulfur instead of oxygen
    Desulfovibrionales
  39. strep throat, scarlet fever
    S. Pyogenes
  40. gram neg, lyme disease
    Borrelia
  41. low o2, nosocomial
    Enterococcus
  42. gram neg, syphillis
    Treponema
  43. grow well in low moisture
    Staphylococcus
  44. acid fast
    Mycoplasma, Nocardia
  45. food poisoning
    Enterotoxin
  46. low o2, grows same either way
    Lactobacillales
  47. live inside of fish
    Epulopiscium
  48. fungal like
    Myxococcales, Actinomyces
  49. fusiform, rod pointed on both ends, dental caries
    Fusobacterium
  50. active predator, gram neg
    Bdellivibrio
  51. Anthrax
    B. anthracis
  52. can break down RBC's
    Beta-hemolytic streptococci
  53. gram postive, lactobacillales
    Listeria
  54. tyipically filamentous, oxygenic, fix nitrogen
    Cyanobacteria
  55. Peptic ulcers, stomach cancer
    Helicobacter
  56. Diptheria
    Corynebacterium
  57. needs small amount of o2
    Campylobacter

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