pseudomonad


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pseu·do·mo·nad

(sū'dō-mō'nad),
A vernacular term used to refer to any member of the genus Pseudomonas.

pseudomonad

(so͞o′də-mō′năd′)
n.
A pseudomonas bacterium.

pseudomonad

[so̅o̅′dōmō′nad, so̅o̅dom′ənad]
a bacterium of the genus Pseudomonas.

pseu·do·mo·nad

(sū'dō-mō'nad)
A vernacular term used to refer to any member of the genus Pseudomonas.
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aeruginosa in bottom sediments is worth noting since most Pseudomonads are aerobic, however, P.
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Pseudomonads numbers were determined on pseudomonas isolation agar (LuQiao, Beijing, China) after incubation at 25[degrees]C for 3 days.
solani, including pseudomonads (Homma 1996), actinomycetes (Kulik 1996), Trichoderma and other fungi (Elad 1996), non-pathogenic Rhizoctonia (Sneh 1996), obligate mycoparasites (Van Den Boogert 1996), and soil fauna (Curl and Lartey 1996).
We recently received a supportive communication from a clinical microbiologist in Seoul, Korea, who reported that he had recovered two pseudomonads from an AOE patient; one was P aeruginosa and the other matched the description of P otitidis.
Hydrogen peroxide significantly reduced numbers of fluorescent pseudomonads in wash water and on mushroom surfaces.
We also found a kind of bacteria called fluorescent pseudomonads.