Chapter 11c - The(gamma Proteobacteria...

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Enterobacteriales (enterics): Peritrichous flagella, facultatively anaerobic, rods Inhabit intestinal tract of animals (humans) The γ (gamma) Proteobacteria
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Escherichia Coliforms – fecal contamination UTI and Travelers Diarrhea Food poisoning – E. coli 0157:H7 Salmonella S. enterica – 2400 servors S. enterica servor typhi – typhoid fever Shigella Shigellosis (bacillary dysentery)
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Klebsiella K. pneumoniae – pneumonia Some species fix nitrogen Serratia S. marcescens Red pigments Proteus Swarmer cells UTI and wound infections
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Yersinia Y. pestis – plague Pneumonic vs bubonic Enterobacter E. aerogenes and E. cloacae UTI and nosocomial infections Erwinia Plant pathogen
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Pasteurellales : Pasteurella Cause pneumonia and septicemia mainly pathogens of domestic animals can be passed to humans from cat and dog bites P. multocidia The γ (gamma) Proteobacteria
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Haemophilus
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