pseudomonad


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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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We were also able to bring to the surface of the pseudomonad structures structures that bind enzymes that are able to decompose more complicated polysaccharides and possibly other polymer substrates into smaller and better usable parts for bacteria, 'said Dvorak.
Moenne-Loccoz, "Phylogeny of HCN synthase-encoding hcnBC genes in biocontrol fluorescent pseudomonads and its relationship with host plant species and HCN synthesis ability," Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, vol.
Simpfendorfer S, Kirkegaard JA, Heenan DE Wong PTW (2002) Reduced early growth of direct drilled wheat in southern New South Wales--role of root inhibitory pseudomonads. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 53, 323-331.
aeruginosa PA01 [66], WspA, WspB, WspC, WspD, WspE, and WspF are likely to form a membrane-associated receptor-signaling complex that responds to stimulus associated with the growth on a solid surface [67] by activating the associated WspR response regulator (SBW25 wsp-like operons are also found in the related pseudomonads, P.
What determines whether a pseudomonad is helpful or harmful?
Culture of fluid from the submental collection again yielded an aminoglycoside-resistant pseudomonad, however.
Pseudomonads were almost exclusively found in the sink and sponge samples and it was suggested that this was due to their high affinity for moisture.
Influence of soil reaction on diversity and antifungal activity of fluorescent pseudomonads in crop rhizospheres.
Microbiological Transformation of Terpenes: Part IX-Pathways of Degradation of Limonene in a Soil Pseudomonad. Indian J.
Stenotrophomonas was previously considered a pseudomonad (2,3); however, the identity between the FliC of S.
among other enterobacteria such as Klebsiella pneumoniae and Escherichia coli and identified Pseudomonas aeurginosa as the most common pseudomonad isolated which supports the prevalence of Pseudomonas spp.