Pantoea agglomerans


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Pan·to·e·a ag·glom·er·ans

(pan-tō-ē'ă ă-glom'ĕr-anz)
Formerly Enterobacter agglomerans, member of the family Enterobacteriaceae; associated with infections acquired from contaminated intravenous fluids.
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(Lato)), otro (Pcp) de papa (Solanum tuberosum; Faria et al., 1993) y otro (Pcm) de maiz (Zea mays; Hernandez et al., 1994); un aislamiento de Pantoea agglomerans (P.a.) proveniente de ocumo bravo (Alocasia macrorrhiza cv.
Ochrobactrum tritici DSM 24232 (T) Species Pantoea agglomerans DSM 23077 (T) Species Pantoea agglomerans DSM 24231 (T) Species Providencia rettgeri DSM 26532 Species Pseudomonas koreensis DSM 22668 (T) Species Rhizobium radiobacter Strain No.
For example, several strains of the bacteria Pantoea agglomerans (Frances et al., 2006) in addition to Pseudomonas fluorescens (Temple et al., 2004), and B.
Phosphate solubilisation was increased with the increase of glucose in the culture of Erwiniasp.hdds3fr as it was reported with Burkholderia cepacia DA23 (44), Acinetobacter calcoaceticus Y C-5a (45), Serratia marcescens CTM 50650 (45), Pantoea agglomerans R-42 (42) and Pseudomonas sp.
Multidrug resistant Pantoea agglomerans in a patient with septic arthritis--A rare report from India.
Cases for the phosphate manufacturing biofertilizer can be microbacterium laevaniformans, psuedomonas putida Bacillus edaphicus pantoea agglomerans, and, which is a standout amongst the most widely recognized potassium activating biofertilizers.
Specific soil microorganisms such as Exiguobacterium acetylicum, Pantoea agglomerans, Microbacterium spp., Pseudomonads, Streptomyces sp., Penicillium griseofulvum, Bacillus spp., Trichoderma spp.
Stink bugs feed on developing cotton seeds and lint, which can cause shedding of young bolls, yellowing of lint, yield reduction, and transmission of the bacterial pathogen Pantoea agglomerans (Enterobactacteriaceae) that can damage seed and lint (Barbour et al.
coli, Burkholderia sp., Haemopillus somnus, Haemopillus parsuis, Clostridium perfringens, and Pantoea agglomerans. They were obtained from the National Veterinary Research Quarantine Service in Korea.
The results of microscopic, macroscopic and 16S rRNA characterization, the four endophytic bacteria that potentially producing the antibiotic were Bacillus cereus RNS_01 (code CA01), Pantoea agglomerans ZFJ-15 (Code CA 02), Bacillus subtilis 55C1-1 (Code CA 03) and Bacilluspumilus SH-B11 (Code CA 04).
The susceptible plants were subjected to the application of endophytic bacteria Pantoea agglomerans strain MN34 and Pseudomonas putida strain MN12 in a pot experiment.