*  Peptostreptococcus - Wikipedia
... of anaerobic isolates of osteomyelitis caused by anaerobic bacteria and 20% of anaerobic isolates of arthritis caused by ... Anaerobic gram-positive cocci such as Peptostreptococcus are the second most frequently recovered anaerobes and account for ... Most often Anaerobic gram-positive cocci are usually recovered mixed in with other anaerobic or aerobic bacteria from various ... Of all anaerobic bacteria recovered at hospitals from 1973-1985, anaerobic gram-positive cocci accounted for 26% of it. The ...
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*  Anaerobic infections PART 3: Infection with Gram-negative obligate anaerobes (Bacteroides spp. and other abscess-forming...
6 Gram+ obligate anaerobes. Composition of Feces Undigested debris Bacteria Gram− obligate anaerobes Gram+ obligate anaerobes ... 7 Gram Stain of Feces Gram-negative obligate anaerobes. Gram-positive obligate anaerobes Gram-negative facultative bacteria ... Obligate anaerobes 25% of all colonic bacteria. Usually involved in infections resulting from perforation of an abdominal ... Download ppt "Anaerobic infections PART 3: Infection with Gram-negative obligate anaerobes (Bacteroides spp. and other abscess- ...
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*  Bacteria: What you need to know
Some bacteria are beneficial for humans, but others are harmful. ... Bacteria are tiny, single-cell microorganisms that have ... Anaerobes, or anaerobic bacteria, can only grow where there is no oxygen. In humans, this is mostly in the gastrointestinal ... Facultative anaerobes, or facultative anaerobic bacteria, can live either with or without oxygen, but they prefer environments ... How do bacteria feed?. Bacteria feed in different ways.. Heterotrophic bacteria, or heterotrophs, get their energy through ...
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*  Which organism is not likely to carry out cellular respiration? | Reference.com
Cellular respiration requires oxygen, and anaerobic bacteria are able to survive in environments that lack... ... Anaerobic bacteria are not likely to carry out cellular respiration. ... There are three types of anaerobic bacteria: facultative anaerobes, obligate anaerobes and aerotolerant bacteria. Facultative ... Anaerobic bacteria are not likely to carry out cellular respiration. Cellular respiration requires oxygen, and anaerobic ...
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*  Demo: Tour of the Knight Lab - Studying the Microbiome | Coursera
So, anaerobic bacteria or as we commonly call them anaerobes.. Are, those parts, are those bacteria that really have a very, ... Particularly the anaerobic component of microbial communities.. And here we are in the anaerobic lab with the anaerobic ... So we, generally going to have two main groups of anaerobes.. Facultative Anaerobes that can grow without the presence of ... But then we have other group of anaerobic bacteria that are called obligate ...
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*  Metabolism: Cellular Respiration
This mechanism is especially important in bacteria (facultative anaerobes) that switch from anaerobic to aerobic growth when ... The total net reaction is AN AVERAGE of 38 ATP in bacteria and 36 ATP in eukaryotic cells as the result of the loss of 2 ATP ... The anaerobic breakdown of glucose is called GLYCOLYSIS or the EMBDEN-MEYERHOFF-PARNAS (EMP) PATHWAY. The final electron ... The mechanism of electron transport and oxidative phosphorylation is basically the same in anaerobes as in aerobes with minor ...
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*  Intestinal Microbiota of Infants With Colic: Development and Specific Signatures | Articles | Pediatrics
These first settlers are often facultative anaerobic bacteria that are rapidly replaced by anaerobes with decreasing levels of ... is associated with inflammation and a lower abundance of butyrate-producing bacteria.31 The butyrate-producing bacteria ... with traditional culturing approaches and a focus on specific bacteria and revealed an increased level of coliform bacteria ( ... Quantification of total bacteria by real-time quantitative polymerase chain reaction was performed as described previously.21 ...
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*  Frontiers | Environmental and Gut Bacteroidetes: The Food Connection | Microbiology
Lateral gene transfer can provide gut bacteria with original sets of utensils to degrade otherwise refractory substrates found ... Lateral gene transfer can provide gut bacteria with ori... ... the potential links between gut and environmental bacteria ... We address the potential links between gut and environmental bacteria through food consumption. ... Brook, I. (2010). The role of anaerobic bacteria in bacteremia. Anaerobe 16, 183-189. ...
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*  BScN II 2016 | Department of Medical Microbiology
Anaerobic bacteria: Clostridia & non-sporing anaerobes. Dr. Odhiambo. 8/03/2016. 9.00 - 11.00 ...
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*  Anaerobic bacteria - Biology-Online Dictionary
Synonym: anaerobes. Compare: aerobic bacteria. Retrieved from "https://www.biology-online.org/dictionary/index.php?title= ... Other bacteria (referred to as obligate anaerobic bacteria) can neither use oxygen nor convert the lethal superoxide formed in ... referred to as facultative anaerobic bacteria) are capable of using oxygen when present, and carry out aerobic respiration. ... In general, these bacteria do not require oxygen for their growth and metabolism although some of them ( ...
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*  Albert Jan Kluyver facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about Albert Jan Kluyver
See also Aerobes; Anaerobes and anaerobic infections; Azotobacter; Bacteria and bacterial infection; Bioluminescence; ... Albert Jan Kluyver developed the first general model of cell metabolism in both aerobic and anaerobic microorganisms , based on ... 73-86; "Some Observations on the Metabolism of Bacteria Oxidizing Molecular Hydrogen", in Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, 8 (1942), 71 ... Van Niel received his doctorate under Kluyver with a dissertation on propionic acid bacteria in 1928 and was immediately ...
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*  Clinafloxacin - Wikipedia
In addition, clinafloxacin has antibiotic activity against anaerobic bacteria, including the facultative anaerobe Pseudomonas ... Clinafloxacin's activity against anaerobic bacteria is higher than that of most other fluoroquinolones, including ciprofloxacin ... Appelbaum, PC (1999). "Quinolone activity against anaerobes". Drugs. 58 Suppl 2: 60-4. PMID 10553708. Retrieved 13 September ... has been described as a broad-spectrum antibiotic due to its activity against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria. ...
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*  Effects of Oxygen on Virulence Traits of Streptococcus mutans
... facultative anaerobes, and obligately anaerobic bacteria, indicating that limited diffusion and rapid metabolism of oxygen in ... For anaerobic growth, cultures were similarly diluted and incubated without agitation in a BBL GasPak Plus anaerobic system (BD ... CcpA-dependent carbon catabolite repression in bacteria. Microbiol. Mol. Biol. Rev. 67:475-490. [PMC free article] [PubMed] ... Variation among the heterofermentative lactic acid bacteria. J. Bacteriol. 70:702-708. [PMC free article] [PubMed] ...
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*  Frontiers | Accurate Differentiation of Streptococcus pneumoniae from other Species within the Streptococcus mitis Group by...
... for routine identification of anaerobic bacteria. Anaerobe 42, 101-107. doi: 10.1016/j.anaerobe.2016.09.009 ... CLSI (2008). Interpretive Criteria for Identification of Bacteria and Fungi by DNA Target Sequencing; Approved Guideline. CLSI ... A small amount of bacteria was transferred to a polished steel MALDI target plate using a wooden toothpick. The spots were ... a 1 μl-loopful of bacteria was resuspended in 300 μl of distilled water and 900 μl ethanol, vortexed and centrifuged at maximal ...
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*  Anaerobic digestion: microbial and biochemical aspects of volatile acid production | SpringerLink
Enumeration and isolation of anaerobic bacteria in sewage digestor fluids: enumeration of sulfato-reducers by the anaerobic ... In: Shapton DA, Board RG (eds) Isolation of anaerobes. Academic Press, New York, pp 49-54Google Scholar ... Ueki A, Miyagawa E, Minato H, Azuma T, Suto T (1978) Enumeration and isolation of anaerobic bacteria in sewage digestor fluids ... Ueki A, Minato H, Azuma R, Suto T (1980a) Enumeration and isolation of anaerobic bacteria in sewage digestor fluids: isolation ...
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*  Analysis of risk factors and clinical manifestations associated with Clostridium difficile disease in Serbian hospitalized...
... were used to verify anaerobic conditions. A commercial API system for anaerobic bacteria (API 20A BioMerieux, France) was ... while moxifloxacin and gatifloxacin have significantly increased activity against anaerobes.28,29 Considering that, in most ... were used to create anaerobic condition in jars. Anaerobic strips (Anaerobic indicator, OXOID, United Kingdom) ... The older quinolones (including ciprofloxacin) had little effect on anaerobic bacteria, ...
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*  post by MolecularPhD
Is your Geobacter strain a facultative bacteria or strict anaerobe? The geobacter strains were found in sediments under ... anaerobic conditions. They may not respond well to long term oxygen exposure. As to the degradation of the dispersant, active ... As for the Aquatic bacteria theory please state what bacteria you speak of as I would love to inform a Microbiologist friend of ... The bacterium I used to treat phenolic wastewaters was Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The reactors were CSTR's and treated 10,000 ppm ...
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*  Vaginitis - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic
... are outnumbered by other bacteria (anaerobes) in your vagina. If anaerobic bacteria become too numerous, they upset the balance ... Bacterial vaginosis. This most common cause of vaginitis results from a change of the normal bacteria found in your vagina, to ... Bacterial vaginosis, which results from a change of the normal bacteria found in your vagina to overgrowth of other organisms ... The cause is usually a change in the normal balance of vaginal bacteria or an infection. Reduced estrogen levels after ...
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*  Enumeration of bacteria forming acetate from H2 and CO2 in anaerobic habitats | SpringerLink
The ratio of methanogenic to acetogenic bacteria in... ... worked out that allows the detection and isolation of bacteria ... Hungate, R. E.: A roll tube method for cultivation of strict anaerobes. In: Methods in microbiology, vol. 3B (J. R. Norris, D. ... Wieringa, K. T.: The formation of acetic acid from carbon dioxide and hydrogen by anaerobic spore-forming bacteria. Antonie van ... Enumeration of bacteria forming acetate from H2 and CO2 in anaerobic habitats. ...
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*  Bacterium | definition of bacterium by Medical dictionary
... bacterium explanation free. What is bacterium? Meaning of bacterium medical term. What does bacterium mean? ... Looking for online definition of bacterium in the Medical Dictionary? ... Bacteria that grow both with and without oxygen are facultative anaerobes. Most bacteria in the human intestines are anaerobic ... bacterium. (bak-ter'e-um) (-ter'e-a) plural.bacteria [L. bacterium, fr Gr. bakterion, a small staff] BACTERIA SHAPES AND ...
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*  Antibiotic optimization in the difficult-to-treat patient with complicated intra-abdominal or complicated skin and skin...
Anaerobes. Anaerobic bacteria are sometimes significant isolates from cIAIs. Due to the production of β-lactamases, most ... Prevalence of antibiotic resistance in anaerobic bacteria: worrisome developments. Clin Infect Dis. 2004;39(1):92-97. [PubMed] ... Anaerobes may sometimes be isolated from serious diabetic foot infections. The most commonly isolated anaerobe is Clostridium ... and anaerobic bacteria having various antimicrobial mechanisms (Bacteroides species and Clostridium species). Table 3 ...
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*  Frontiers | Microbial trophic interactions and mcrA gene expression in monitoring of anaerobic digesters | Microbiology
A wide range of anaerobic digestion technologies is being used to convert livestock manure, municipal and industrial ... Despite the advances on the engineering and design of new bioreactors for anaerobic digestion, the microbiology component ... Due to the complex interdependence of microbial activities for the functionality of the anaerobic bioreactors, the genetic ... A wide range of anaerobic digestion technologies is being used to convert livestock manure, municipal and industrial ...
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*  Candida albicans alters the bacterial microbiome of early in vitro oral biofilms
... oral biofilms that would normally consist of aerobic or facultative anaerobic bacteria can now also contain strict anaerobes. ... Anaerobic bacteria grow within Candida albicans biofilms and induce biofilm formation in suspension cultures. Curr Biol. 2014; ... Community analysis of 5 h-old biofilms confirmed the presence of more anaerobic bacteria in mixed biofilms. In the presence of ... This is in agreement with a recent study reporting that C. albicans biofilms allow anaerobic bacteria to grow under aerobic ...
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*  Compost to improve your soil, plants - News - Tuscaloosa News - Tuscaloosa, AL
... and you create an environment where anaerobic bacteria (bacteria that don't use oxygen) take over. Anaerobes can produce ... Air: This is needed to keep those good, aerobic bacteria productive, and the way to incorporate air into your compost is to ... It is, perhaps, overdoing the recipe analogy to say that your compost "cooks," but actively metabolizing bacteria give off heat ...
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