Flavobacterium breve

Fla·vo·bac·te·ri·um bre·'ve

a species found in sewage; pathogenic for laboratory animals.
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estuarianus, Alcaligenes denitrificans, Sarcina sp and Flavobacterium breve. Despite the abundance of the isolates in the samples, Serratia marcescens, Escherichia coli, Enterobacter aerogenes, Chromatium sp, and Erwinia amylovora exhibited minimal growth towards the end of incubation period indicating weak ability to utilize the PAH.
putida 88.9 88.9 100 Alcaligenes denitrificans 66.7 88.9 100 Chromobacterium violaceum 88.9 100 88.9 Nocardia sp 00 88.9 100 Micrococcus varians 44.4 100 100 Acinetobacter iwoffii 77.8 88.9 100 Serratia marcescens 88.9 100 100 Bacillus subtilis 8.9 100 100 Chromatium sp 88.9 100 100 Escherichia coli 00 88.9 88.9 Anabaena 00 100 100 Enterobacter aerogenes 22.2 88.9 100 Sarcina sp 66.7 88.9 77.8 Flavobacterium breve 33.3 66.7 88.9 Nodularia 11.1 100 100 Erwina amylovora 44.4 66.7 88.9 N = Number of sample Table 3: Screening test for PAH utilization by bacterial isolates.