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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.

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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The genus Azotobacter, which belongs to the family Pseudomonadaceae from the subclass [gamma]-Proteobacteria, comprises seven species: Azotobacter vinelandii, A.
Enterobacteriaceae, Bacillaceae and Pseudomonadaceae are three bacterial families which are considered as good producers of amino acids (Aida, 1986).
([gamma]-proteobacteria) environments, litorea decaying algae, marine invertebrates NS-F2, Pseudomonadaceae Aquatic MV-F2, V.
It is a Gram-negative, aerobic rod belonging to the bacterial family Pseudomonadaceae. Pseudomonas aeruginosa is an opportunistic pathogen, meaning that it exploits some break in the host defences to initiate an infection.
Previous studies did not identify such qnr genes from tested gram-negative isolates that represented Campylobacter jejuni (27), Aeromonadaceae, Pseudomonadaceae, Xanthomonadaceae, Moraxellaceae, and Shewanellaceae (11).
zugana fueron agrupados en cuatro categorias: bacterias de las familias Enterobacteriaceae y Pseudomonadaceae, cocos Gram-positivos y bacilos Gram-positivos.
Los organismos de las familias Enterobacteriaceae y Pseudomonadaceae se definen como superinfectantes en periodontitis, pues parecen estar sobreagregados a la infeccion producida por los periodontopaticos reconocidos (14,16-26).
Pseudomonas is classified as a diverse genus of gram-negative aerobic bacilli of Gammaproteobacteria, belonging to the family Pseudomonadaceae. This bacterium is with more than 60 species displaying diverse lifestyles in various environments (1).
We have found bacteria from the families Enterobacteriaceae, Bacillaceae, Pseudomonadaceae, and others while sampling at the Mexican fruit fly mass rearing facility.
Of the recorded bacterial species, 54.55% belonged to Enterobacteriaceae, 18.18% to Staphylococcaceae and 9.09% each to Bacillaceae, Micrococcaceae and Pseudomonadaceae. The eleven species recovered were belonged to 9 genera, 5 families, 4 orders and 4 classes.
Of all the bacterial families, Bacillaceae, Enterobacteriaceae, and Pseudomonadaceae were the most abundant.