Chapter 11c - • Enterobacteriales(enterics •...

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Unformatted text preview: • Enterobacteriales (enterics): • Peritrichous flagella, facultatively anaerobic, rods • Inhabit intestinal tract of animals (humans) The γ (gamma) Proteobacteria • 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) • Klebsiella – K. pneumoniae – pneumonia – Some species fix nitrogen • Serratia – S. marcescens – Red pigments • Proteus – Swarmer cells – UTI and wound infections • Yersinia – Y. pestis – plague – Pneumonic vs bubonic • Enterobacter – E. aerogenes and E. cloacae – UTI and nosocomial infections • Erwinia – Plant pathogen • 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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