Bacillus pumilis


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Bacillus pumilis

a usually saprophytic species of bacteria that has been associated with food poisoning and rarely with abscess or bowel fistula formation.

Ba·cil·lus pu·mil·is

(bă-sil'ŭs pū-mil'is)
A usually saprophytic species of bacteria that has been associated with food poisoning and rarely with abscess or bowel fistula formation.
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All selected strains are Gram-positive, endospore-forming catalase positive; these selected strains are identified according to Biochemical, morphology and PCR characteristics (Table 4): five (5) are Bacillus coagulans, four (4) are Bacillus cereus, three (3) are Bacillus pumilis, two (2) are Bacillus firmus, one (1) is Bacillus subtilis and one (1) is Bacillus licheniformis.
1996) identified two cultures Pseudomonas stutzeri and Bacillus pumilis, which enhanced carbofuran degradation, resulting in more than 98% loss of the applied carbofuran in 30 days.