Vibrionaceae


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Vib·ri·o·na·ce·ae

(vĭb′rē-ō-nā′sē-ē′)
n.
A family of gram-negative, rod-shaped, facultatively anaerobic bacteria that have flagella and are usually motile and are found in fresh or sea water and, occasionally, in fish and humans.
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gigas is primarily composed of Rhodobacteraceae (a-Proteobacteria) and a few members of the family Vibrionaceae.
Vibriosis (any species of the family Vibrionaceae, other than toxigenic Vibrio cholerae O1 or O139) 2017 case definition.
Most of the histamine-producing bacteria isolated belong to the family Enterobacteriaceae and some belong to Vibrionaceae.
[13] provided the first baseline levels for total Vibrionaceae and the relationships between water quality, total bacteria, and total Vibrionaceae in the Delaware Inland Bays.
They are present largely in Enterobacteriaceae , but also in nonfermenters ( Acinetobacter spp.) and Vibrionaceae ( Vibrio cholerae ).
La distribucion de Vibrio en ambientes acuaticos ha sido investigada y reportada por diversos autores indicando que los miembros de la familia Vibrionaceae son escasos en numero pero se encuentran ampliamente distribuidos, encontrando el mayor numero de Vibrio en el fondo de las aguas estuarinas [15,35].
Although this study concentrated on culturable Bacteriovorax that infected V parahaemolyticus and hence may be referred to as Vibrio predatory bacteria [6], it would be expected that the Bacteriovorax likely preyed on many other Gram-negative bacteria outside the Vibrionaceae family, particularly when Vibrio levels were low.
Curved gram-negative bacilli and oxidase-positive fermenters: Campylobacteraceae and Vibrionaceae. In: Koneman EW, editor.
Vibrionaceae dominates the microflora antagonistic towards Listonella anguillarum in the intestine of cultured Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) larvae, Aqua culture 269: 98-106.
Bacteria belonging to the Vibrionaceae family are widespread in the marine environment [28].
To obtain these findings, the researchers tested about 35,000 interactions among pairs of 185 strains of Vibrionaceae bacteria populations taken from the ocean.