aeromonad

aer·o·mo·nad

(ār-ō-mō'nad),
A vernacular term used to refer to any member of the genus Aeromonas.

aer·o·mo·nad

(ār'ō-mō'nad)
Any of a group of bacterial species that belong to the genus Aeromonas.
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The results obtained by authors strongly suggest that aeromonads are indigenous in fish intestines and have the potential to be predominant in aquatic environments.
Distribution of oxytetracycline resistance plasmids between aeromonads in hospital and aquaculture environments: implication of Tn1721 in dissemination of the tetracycline resistance determinant Tet A.
Janda JM and PS Duffey Mesophilic Aeromonads in Human Disease: Current Taxonomy Laboratory Identification and Infectious Disease Spectrum.
The biochemical characteristics of the Aeromonads are very much similar with the members of Enterobactericeae, from which they are primarily deviated being oxidase-positive .
Adherence, haemagglutination, and cell surface characteristics of motile aeromonads virulent for fish.
Seasonal variation of aeromonads and its correlation with physico-chemical characteristics of river Narmada at Jabalpur.
Incidence, distribution, and spread of tetracycline resistance determinants and integron-associated antibiotic resistance genes among motile aeromonads from a fish farming environment.
These samples were analyzed in a nearby mobile laboratory for six microbiological parameters: Escherichia coli [International Standardization Organization (ISO) 1998b], intestinal enterococci (ISO 1998a), Clostridium perfringens (Council of the European Union 1998), somatic coliphages (ISO 2000), aeromonads (Schulze 1996), and pyocyanine-positive Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Deutches Institut fur Normung, European Normalization 2002).
The occurrence of aeromonads in activated sludge: isolation of Aeromonas sorbia and its possible confusion with E.
Application of ribotyping for differentiating aeromonads isolated from clinical and environmental sources.