Pseudomonas stutzeri

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Pseu·do·mo·nas stut·'zer·i

a bacterial species found in soil and water, frequently in clinical specimens.
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Other scholar shimao [7] clarified Fusarium, Amycolaptosis sp and Phanerochaete chrysosporium as fungal species and Pseudomonas stutzeri as bacteria species to degrade respective plastic type.
1996) identified two cultures Pseudomonas stutzeri and Bacillus pumilis, which enhanced carbofuran degradation, resulting in more than 98% loss of the applied carbofuran in 30 days.
However, in vitro studies of Pseudomonas stutzeri exposed to slowly increasing concentrations of chlorhexidine, in the absence of silver sulfadiazine, have demonstrated the development of resistance to chlorhexidine and associated resistance to several classes of therapeutic antimicrobial agents (17).
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