Alteromonas


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Alteromonas

(al'tĕr-ō-mō'năs),
A genus of gram-negative bacteria with curved rods, and motile by means of a single polar flagellum; require a seawater base for growth; a cause of poultry spoilage.
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00 alteromonas ferment extract) Soliberine (Greentech) (Aqua, propylene glycol, buddleja) 1.
Some genera of bacteria mentioned in the literature that have cellulolytic activity include: Bacillus, Clostridium, Cellomonas, Rumminococcus, Alteromonas, Acetivibno, Bacteriodes (ROBSON; CHAMBLISS, 1989) and Vibrio (GAO et al.
Effect of biofilms of the marine bacterium Alteromonas colwelliana (LST) on set of the oysters Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg, 1793) and C.
Scripps's Byron Pedler, Lihini Aluwihare, and Farooq Azam found that a single bacterium called Alteromonas could consume as much dissolved organic carbon as a diverse community of organisms.
96] investigated the ability of Alteromonas putrefaciens to couple the oxidation of potential electron donors (such as lactate, pyruvate, hydrogen, and formate) to the reduction of Fe (III) and Mn (IV).
Several bacterial genera show cellulolytic activity, including Bacillus, Clostridium, Cellulomonas, Rumminococcus, Alteromonas, Acetivibrio, and Bacteriodes (Roboson and Chambliss, 1989).
Purification and characterization of an antibacterial substance produced by a marine Alteromonas species.
The bacterial isolates were mostly ascribable to members of Aeromonas, Alishewanella, Alteromonas, Jeotgalicoccus, Bacillus, Marinobacter, Marinococcus, Paracoccus, Pseudoalteromonas, Rheinheimera, Rodobacter, Prophyrobacter and Shewanella.
2002) fue la mas abundante en las identificaciones; esta relacionada con Alteromonas y Shewanella, todas ellas Gammaprotobacterias hetorotroficas marinas (Ivanova et al.
Weiner, RM, Walch, M, Labare, MP, Bonar, BD, Colwell, RR, "Effect of Biofilms at the Marine Bacterium Alteromonas Colwelliana (LST) on Set of the Oysters Crassostrea Gigas (Thunberg, 1793) and C.
Fibrinolytic enzymes from microbial sources have been reported from various species of Bacillus (3-8), Pseudomonas (9), Staphylococcus (10), Alteromonas (11), Coryneform bacteria (12), Penicillium (13), Aspergillus (14-16), Fusarium (17,18), Trichotecium (19), Actinomyces (20,21), Streptomyces (22,23) and Esherichia coli (24).