Bacteroides nodosus


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Bac·te·roi·des no·do·'sus

a bacterial species that causes foot rot in sheep and goats; it can be found in the human intestinal tract and has been associated with human infections; this organism has many properties different from other species of Bacteroides, and its final classification is uncertain.

Bacteroides

a genus of the family Bacteroidaceae, a family of gram-negative, non-spore-forming, obligate anaerobes. Common inhabitants of the alimentary tract and necrotic tissue, probably as secondary invaders.

Bacteroides amylophilus
Bacteroides asaccharolyticus
Bacteroides fragilis
occasionally infects foals, pigs, lambs and calves, causing diarrhea, mastitis and abscesses.
Bacteroides gingivalis
Bacteroides heparinolyticus
Bacteroides levii
see Porphyromonaslevii.
Bacteroides melaninogenicus
see Prevotellamelaninogenica.
Bacteroides nodosus
Bacteroides ruminicola
see Prevotellaruminicola.
Bacteroides salivosus
see Porphyromonassalivosus.
Bacteroides succinogenes
Bacteroides ureolyticus
gram-negative, microaerophilic bacterial species isolated from the genital tract of mares with endometritis.