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11 terms
Gram- Bacteria
Neisseria meningitidis
Neisseria gonorrhoeae
Haemophilus influenzae
Bordetella pertussis
Gram-, Cocci, Maltose fermenter
Gram-, Cocci, Maltose nonfermenter
Gram-, Coccobacilli, Requires Factor V and X
Gram-, Coccobacilli
Neisseria meningitidis
Gram-, Cocci, Maltose fermenter
Neisseria gonorrhoeae
Gram-, Cocci, Maltose nonfermenter
10 terms
Gram+ Bacteria
Staphylococcus aureus
Streptococcus
Clostridium
Listeria
Gram+, Cocci, Catalase+, Clusters, Coagulase+
Gram+, Cocci, Catalase-, Chains
Gram+, Bacilli, Anaerobe
Gram+, Bacilli, Facultative Anaerobe
Staphylococcus aureus
Gram+, Cocci, Catalase+, Clusters, Coagulase+
Streptococcus
Gram+, Cocci, Catalase-, Chains
8 terms
Gram + bacteria
Streptococcus
Enterococcus
Clostridium
Clostridium tetani
colonize mucosal surfaces mouth, nares and pharynx ... hemolytic…
round... pairs or short chains ... facultative anaerobe ... ferment me…
rod shaped ... produce endospores ... obligate fermenters ... soil ... 3…
tetanus, contact, anaerobic env spores will germinate, neurol…
Streptococcus
colonize mucosal surfaces mouth, nares and pharynx ... hemolytic…
Enterococcus
round... pairs or short chains ... facultative anaerobe ... ferment me…
18 terms
Gram (-) bacteria
Enterobacteriaceae
Escherichia coli
Diseases of E. coli
Diarrhea from E. coli
-Gram (-) rods... -facultative anaerobes... -non-spore forming... -cat…
-Most common enteric organism... -many are commensal in GI tract…
UTI:... -#1 cause of UTI... -associated with certain pili, certain…
Several clinical syndromes, many toxin-mediated... Three major…
Enterobacteriaceae
-Gram (-) rods... -facultative anaerobes... -non-spore forming... -cat…
Escherichia coli
-Most common enteric organism... -many are commensal in GI tract…
97 terms
Gram - bacteria
Gram - diplococci, maltose and glucose…
Clinical presentation of N. meningitis
Pathobiology of N. meningitis
N. meningitis treatment:
Neisseria meningitidis ... -Capsule... -Endotoxin... Major cause of m…
1. Meningococcemia with petechial rash (when fulminant, Water…
Carried by humans → colonizes nasopharynx epithelium → evades…
1. Penicillin G, ceftriaxone... 2. Rifampin for close contacts a…
Gram - diplococci, maltose and glucose…
Neisseria meningitidis ... -Capsule... -Endotoxin... Major cause of m…
Clinical presentation of N. meningitis
1. Meningococcemia with petechial rash (when fulminant, Water…
86 terms
Gram + Bacteria
3 genera of acid-fast, gram +, disease…
3 genera of gram + cocci, disease-caus…
6 genera of gram + bacilli, disease-ca…
Compare the cell walls of gram + vs gr…
mycobacterium... actinomyces... nocardia
staphylococcus... streptococcus... enterococcus
bacillus... clostridium... listeria... corynebacterium... propionibacteri…
Gram + bacteria have a thick wall
3 genera of acid-fast, gram +, disease…
mycobacterium... actinomyces... nocardia
3 genera of gram + cocci, disease-caus…
staphylococcus... streptococcus... enterococcus
57 terms
Gram + Bacteria
Staphylococcus Environment
Staphylococcus Transmission
Staphylococcus Virulence Factors
Is staphylococcus zoonotic?
-skin (moist areas)... -mucous membranes:... -upper respiratory tr…
-endogenous... -direct contact... -fomites
-capsule, protein A(inhibits phagocytosis by binding Fc regio…
It can be
Staphylococcus Environment
-skin (moist areas)... -mucous membranes:... -upper respiratory tr…
Staphylococcus Transmission
-endogenous... -direct contact... -fomites
21 terms
Gram- bacteria
Alpha... 1. Rickettsia: transmit and caus…
Beta... Neisseria gonorrhoeae... (Virulence:…
Beta... Borderella pertussis... Virulence: a…
Gamma (large class)... Pseudomonas aerugi…
1. Transmitted through bite of arthropod (tick for Rocky M. a…
Gonorrhea: ... men: experience pain urining and purulent dischar…
Pertussis: whooping cough.
Pseudomonas infection. Grows under surface of burn and kills…
Alpha... 1. Rickettsia: transmit and caus…
1. Transmitted through bite of arthropod (tick for Rocky M. a…
Beta... Neisseria gonorrhoeae... (Virulence:…
Gonorrhea: ... men: experience pain urining and purulent dischar…
Gram - Bacteria
all aerobic gram negative nonenteric b…
aka lipid A... this is released upon the…
What does endotoxin release trigger? H…
Pseudomonas and Burkholderia are both…
endotoxin
endotoxin
release of cytokines by macrophages ... with the addition of abx…
opportunistic
all aerobic gram negative nonenteric b…
endotoxin
aka lipid A... this is released upon the…
endotoxin
61 terms
Gram Positive Rods Bacteria
Endospore-Forming Bacilli
Endospore-Forming Bacilli
Endospore-Forming Bacilli
Bacillus
Calcium Dipicolinate
Schaeffer-Fulton Stain
Heat resistant Endospores
Aerobic Endospore-Forming Gram Positive Rods
Endospore-Forming Bacilli
Calcium Dipicolinate
Endospore-Forming Bacilli
Schaeffer-Fulton Stain
66 terms
Gram - Bacteria
LPS binds to what TLR on host cells?
Describe the pathway of LPS leading to…
LPS binding to TLR produces what immed…
LPS causes the release of what cytokin…
TLR4
IRAK2, PKR, NF-kB, MAPKs
TNF... IL-1,2,6,8,12... IFN-y... PAF
LPS binds to what TLR on host cells?
TLR4
Describe the pathway of LPS leading to…
59 terms
Gram (-) Bacteria
Most prevalent communicable bacterial…
Aerobic... Gram (-)... diplococci
Transparent... non-hemolytic chocolate ag…
Leading serogroup for Neisseria Mening…
Gonorrhea
Neisseria
Neisseria Meningitidis Morphology
Serogroup B
Most prevalent communicable bacterial…
Gonorrhea
Aerobic... Gram (-)... diplococci
Neisseria
56 terms
Gram (-) Bacteria
What shape are most gram (-) bacteria?…
Gram (-) bacteria have LPS. What is LP…
Endotoxin
Neisseria general characteristics
Rods except:... -Neisseria (diplococcus)... -Treponema and Borrelia…
LPS is an endotoxin released when bacteria lyse... -local or sys…
-high doses... -systemic... -stable... -cannot be converted to a vacci…
-diplococci... -aerobic... -most are commensuals in mucous membrane…
What shape are most gram (-) bacteria?…
Rods except:... -Neisseria (diplococcus)... -Treponema and Borrelia…
Gram (-) bacteria have LPS. What is LP…
LPS is an endotoxin released when bacteria lyse... -local or sys…
56 terms
Gram +/- Bacteria
Stapylococcus
Micrococcus
Streptococcus
Enterocuccus
Cocci, Gram +
Cocci, Gram +
Cocci, Gram +
Cocci, Gram +
Stapylococcus
Cocci, Gram +
Micrococcus
Cocci, Gram +
23 terms
Bacteria Gram(+)
Streptococcus enterococcus
Staphylococcus aureus
Bacillus anthracis
Clostridium tetani
"like a strand of pearls" ... gamma-hemolytic, normal intestinal…
"Grapes"... direct tissue invasion, possibly exotoxin production…
Rod... cereus: large non-encapsulated, motile; Food poisoning
Rod, strict anaerobe, lollipop appearance; Tetanus
Streptococcus enterococcus
"like a strand of pearls" ... gamma-hemolytic, normal intestinal…
Staphylococcus aureus
"Grapes"... direct tissue invasion, possibly exotoxin production…
467 terms
Gram (-) Bacteria
The only pathogenic gram-negative cocc…
Neisseria meningitidis/meningococcus v…
What are serogroups, and Neisseria men…
Endotoxin (LPS) release leads to what…
Neisseria meningitidis... Neisseria gonorrhoeae
1. Capsule ... 2. Endotoxin (LPS)... 3. IgA1 protease... 4. extracts i…
different antigenic capsular polysacc's;... most common: A, B, C
1. bood vessel destruction (hemmorrhage)... 2. sepsis
The only pathogenic gram-negative cocc…
Neisseria meningitidis... Neisseria gonorrhoeae
Neisseria meningitidis/meningococcus v…
1. Capsule ... 2. Endotoxin (LPS)... 3. IgA1 protease... 4. extracts i…
43 terms
Gram (+) Bacteria
staph, strep, enterococcus morphology
Are all cocci gram (+)?
strep classification
staph classification
All are cocci ... -- Staph → clusters (pairs, chains, or grape)…
All cocci are Gram (+), except...... 1. genus Neisseria ... 2. gen…
Strep... - catalase (-) ... → alpha (Hb → Meth-Hb)... *S. pyogenes... *S…
Staph ... - catalase (+)... *S. aureus (coagulase +)... *CoNS (coagu…
staph, strep, enterococcus morphology
All are cocci ... -- Staph → clusters (pairs, chains, or grape)…
Are all cocci gram (+)?
All cocci are Gram (+), except...... 1. genus Neisseria ... 2. gen…
43 terms
Gram + Bacteria
Gram + cocci in clusters... Catalase +, C…
Impetigo, Abscess, Osteomyeleitis... Pneu…
Superantigen that binds MHCII and TCR…
Gram + cocci in clusters... Catalase + Co…
Staph aureus ... Protein A = binds Fc region of IgG to prevent…
Staph aureus
TSST
Staph epidermidis
Gram + cocci in clusters... Catalase +, C…
Staph aureus ... Protein A = binds Fc region of IgG to prevent…
Impetigo, Abscess, Osteomyeleitis... Pneu…
Staph aureus
8 terms
Gram (+) bacteria
Pathogenic streptococci (5)
Pathogenic staphylococci (3)
Pathogenic bacilli (2)
Pathogenic clostridium (4)
Streptococcus pyogenes... Streptococcus agalactiae... Streptococcus…
Staphylococcus aureus... Staphylococcus epidermidis... Staphylococc…
Bacillus anthracis... Bacillus cereus
Clostridium perfringens... Clostridium tetani... Clostridium botuli…
Pathogenic streptococci (5)
Streptococcus pyogenes... Streptococcus agalactiae... Streptococcus…
Pathogenic staphylococci (3)
Staphylococcus aureus... Staphylococcus epidermidis... Staphylococc…
27 terms
Gram + Bacteria
Staphylococcus aureus
MRSA methicillin resistant staphylococ…
Staphylococcus saprophyticus
Staphylococcus epidermis
pimples, furuncles, carbuncles, impetigo, scalded skin syndro…
HA-MRSA, CA-MRSA
UTI (young females)
nosocomial infections (catheters)
Staphylococcus aureus
pimples, furuncles, carbuncles, impetigo, scalded skin syndro…
MRSA methicillin resistant staphylococ…
HA-MRSA, CA-MRSA
9 terms
Gram bacteria
Chromatiles
Thiotricahes
Methylococcales
Legionallesles
purple sugar photosynthetic, H2S splitter, Purple=Bacterhospi…
Saprophytic, In water, can use H2S, S, No Ps=respiration, She…
I Carbon Eathers, CAn spilt C-H bonds in methane, etc, Live a…
Legionaire disease, Pathogen-polluted H2O - respiration, Inva…
Chromatiles
purple sugar photosynthetic, H2S splitter, Purple=Bacterhospi…
Thiotricahes
Saprophytic, In water, can use H2S, S, No Ps=respiration, She…
38 terms
Gram- Bacteria
Neisseria meningitidis
Neisseria gonorrhoeae
Klebsiella pneumoniae
Klebsiella granulomatis
Gen: Gram-, oxidase+(glucose&maltose)... VFs: antiphagocytic cap…
Gen: Gram- coffee bean diplo, aerobic & facultative anaerobic…
Gen: Gram- bacilli, oxidase-, ferments lactose, non-motile, u…
Gen: Gram- bacilli, oxidase-, ferments lactose, non-motile... VF…
Neisseria meningitidis
Gen: Gram-, oxidase+(glucose&maltose)... VFs: antiphagocytic cap…
Neisseria gonorrhoeae
Gen: Gram- coffee bean diplo, aerobic & facultative anaerobic…
Gram - bacteria
Glycocalyx
activates adenyl cyclase
Cl- and HCO-3 first ... Na+ K+ follows
Vibro Cholera
Cholera Toxin has an affinity for the receptors of the...
What does the cholera toxin turn on intracellularly?
What ions are pumped into the lumen of the intestinal tract a…
What gram- organism causes you to produce rice water stool?
Glycocalyx
Cholera Toxin has an affinity for the receptors of the...
activates adenyl cyclase
What does the cholera toxin turn on intracellularly?
41 terms
bacteria gram
staph
strep
neisseria
moraxella catarrhalis
gram pos cocci
gram pos cocci
gram neg cocci
gram neg cocci
staph
gram pos cocci
strep
gram pos cocci
10 terms
Gram (+) Bacteria
Micrococcaceae (family)
Streptococcaceae
Miscellaneous
Bacillaceae (spore formers)
Genus: micrococcus, staphylococcus ... Shape: cocci
Genus: streptococcus, enterococcus... Shape: cocci
Genus: Aerococcus, peptostreptococcus... Shape: cocci
Genus: bacillus, clostridium - anaerobic... Shape: bacilli
Micrococcaceae (family)
Genus: micrococcus, staphylococcus ... Shape: cocci
Streptococcaceae
Genus: streptococcus, enterococcus... Shape: cocci
26 terms
Gram + bacteria
Gram positive organisms
Streptococci
Streptococci - hemolytic or non hemoly…
Streptococci clinical signs in dogs an…
Streptococci... Staphylococci... Clostridia... C. perfringens, C. teta…
-Gram + nonmotile, cocci , diplococci, facultatively anaerobe…
Strep c (hemolytic: groups A-H, K-T)... Strains are classified b…
Young animals more prone (maternal antibodies will protect mo…
Gram positive organisms
Streptococci... Staphylococci... Clostridia... C. perfringens, C. teta…
Streptococci
-Gram + nonmotile, cocci , diplococci, facultatively anaerobe…
153 terms
Gram (+) Bacteria
Facultative Intracellular Organisms
Exotoxin Subunits
Endospore Layers
Neurotoxins
Listen sally yer friend Bruce must leave now... (listeria, salmo…
bacillus anthracis... clostridium botulinum... clostridium tetani... c…
cell membrane... thick peptidoglycan mesh... another cell membrane…
clostridium tetani... clostridium botulinum
Facultative Intracellular Organisms
Listen sally yer friend Bruce must leave now... (listeria, salmo…
Exotoxin Subunits
bacillus anthracis... clostridium botulinum... clostridium tetani... c…
8 terms
gram + bacteria
staphylococcus (circular)
streptococcus (circular)
Bacillus (rods, spore-forming)
clostridium (rods, spore-forming)
"staph infections" boils, pneumonia (S. aureus)
impetigo, erysipelis, pharyngitis, systemic--septicemeia; rhe…
cutaneous anthrax, pulmonary anthrax (athracis)
gas gangrene (perfringens); ... antibiotic-associated colitis (d…
staphylococcus (circular)
"staph infections" boils, pneumonia (S. aureus)
streptococcus (circular)
impetigo, erysipelis, pharyngitis, systemic--septicemeia; rhe…
15 terms
Gram bacteria
Anthrax
Rheumatic fever
Diphtheria
Botulism
Bacillus anthracis, G+, rod
Streptococcus pyogenes, G+, sphere
Corynebacterium diphtheria, G+, rod
Clostridium botulinum, G+, rod
Anthrax
Bacillus anthracis, G+, rod
Rheumatic fever
Streptococcus pyogenes, G+, sphere
27 terms
Gram + Bacteria
Staphylococcus aureus
MRSA methicillin resistant staphylococ…
Staphylococcus saprophyticus
Staphylococcus epidermis
pimples, furuncles, carbuncles, impetigo, scalded skin syndro…
HA-MRSA, CA-MRSA
UTI (young females)
nosocomial infections (catheters)
Staphylococcus aureus
pimples, furuncles, carbuncles, impetigo, scalded skin syndro…
MRSA methicillin resistant staphylococ…
HA-MRSA, CA-MRSA
21 terms
Gram (+) Bacteria
C. Botulinum
C. Tetani
C. Perfringens
C. Difficile
Botulism.... Improper canning procedures.
Tetanus (T).... Puncture wounds.
Gas Gangrene. ... Wound Infection. Abortion unsanitized equipment.
Serious Diarrhea.... Nosocomial following antibiotic therapy.
C. Botulinum
Botulism.... Improper canning procedures.
C. Tetani
Tetanus (T).... Puncture wounds.
28 terms
Gram - bacteria
Anaplasma phagocytophilum
Bacteroides fragilis
Bartonella henselae
Bordetella pertussis
granulocytic anaplasmosis
bacteremia, peritonitis, abscesses
cat scratch disease
Pertussis
Anaplasma phagocytophilum
granulocytic anaplasmosis
Bacteroides fragilis
bacteremia, peritonitis, abscesses
18 terms
Gram+ Bacteria
Staphylococcus aureus
Staphylococcus epidermidis
Staphylococcus saprophyticus
Streptococcus pyogenes (Group A)
Gen: Gram+ clusters, Catalase+, Coagulase+, Oxidase-, B-hemol…
Gen: Gram+ clusters, Catalase+, Coagulase-, Oxidase-, urease+…
Gen: Gram+ clusters, Catalase+, Coagulase-, Oxidase-, urease+…
Gen: Gram+ chains, Catalase-, Coagulase-, Oxidase-, B-hemolyt…
Staphylococcus aureus
Gen: Gram+ clusters, Catalase+, Coagulase+, Oxidase-, B-hemol…
Staphylococcus epidermidis
Gen: Gram+ clusters, Catalase+, Coagulase-, Oxidase-, urease+…
16 terms
GRAM + BACTERIA
Staphylococcus Aureus... (Aerobic Cocci.…
S. epidermidis ... (coagulase negative s…
GAS (Streptococcus pyogenes)... (Beta-he…
GBS (Streptococcus agalactiae) ... (Beta…
TSST1 Entrerotoxins...... -S&STI... -Necrotizing fasciitis... -Osteomy…
Biofilm production...... -Nosocomial blood stream infections ass…
Streptolysin O&S...... Pharyngitis... Necrotizing fasciitis... Rheuma…
Polysaccharide capsule... Early onset neonatal disease (pneumon…
Staphylococcus Aureus... (Aerobic Cocci.…
TSST1 Entrerotoxins...... -S&STI... -Necrotizing fasciitis... -Osteomy…
S. epidermidis ... (coagulase negative s…
Biofilm production...... -Nosocomial blood stream infections ass…
17 terms
Gram (-) Bacteria
Neisseria Gonorrhoeae... ABOUT IT, TRANS…
Moraxella
Bordatella Pertussis
Haemophilus Influenzae
GRAM (-)... facultative... diplococcus... surface pili... MOTILE... IgA prot…
GRAM (-)... COCCOBACILLI... eyelids have normal flora-> ... Moraxella…
GRAM (-)... can last on FOMITES... prolonged upper resp. tract. inf…
NOT FLU: FLU caused by a virus... GRAM (-)... Pleomorphic Coccobaci…
Neisseria Gonorrhoeae... ABOUT IT, TRANS…
GRAM (-)... facultative... diplococcus... surface pili... MOTILE... IgA prot…
Moraxella
GRAM (-)... COCCOBACILLI... eyelids have normal flora-> ... Moraxella…
150 terms
Gram +/- bacteria
Staphylococcus Aureus
Staphylococcus epidermidis
Staphylococcus Saprophyticus
Streptococcus Pneumoniae
Gram positive , Catalase positive, coagulase negative, facult…
Gram positive, Catalase positive, coagulase negative, novobio…
Gram positive, Catalase positive, coagulase negative, novobio…
Gram positive, catalase negative,ą hemolytic, bile-optochin s…
Staphylococcus Aureus
Gram positive , Catalase positive, coagulase negative, facult…
Staphylococcus epidermidis
Gram positive, Catalase positive, coagulase negative, novobio…
26 terms
Gram- Bacteria
Neisseria overview
Neisseria meningiditis
Neisseria gonorrheae
Klebsiella pneumoniae
"Noir Series" - advertisement poster... gm- diplococci (handcuff…
"Shocking Death on Campus"... gm- diplococci... college age kid wit…
"the Violinist's Last Clap" - Gonzo's nightclub... gm- diplococc…
"Kleb-Tailed Dinosaur"... enteric gm- bacilli... nosocomial - pneum…
Neisseria overview
"Noir Series" - advertisement poster... gm- diplococci (handcuff…
Neisseria meningiditis
"Shocking Death on Campus"... gm- diplococci... college age kid wit…
29 terms
Gram - Bacteria
What is taxonomy? What is phylogeny? H…
What are the three Domains and what ty…
What are the taxonomic categories?
PHYLUM: Proteobacteria (Gram Negative…
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What is taxonomy? What is phylogeny? H…
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What are the three Domains and what ty…
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12 terms
BACTERIA GRAM -
Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
Borrelia Burgdorferi
Escherichia Coli
Brucella Canis
Survive Gasoline, Exotoxin, Otitis, Lime Green Tint, Wounds,…
Lyme, Prevalent In NE, Polyarthritis, SPIRAL
Multiple Strains, Anaerobic, Causes GI Problems, Causes Septi…
Brucellosis, Venereal Diseases In Dogs [Breeding Problem, Dia…
Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
Survive Gasoline, Exotoxin, Otitis, Lime Green Tint, Wounds,…
Borrelia Burgdorferi
Lyme, Prevalent In NE, Polyarthritis, SPIRAL
26 terms
Gram +/- Bacteria
Gram Positive
Gram +
Gram +
Gram +
Staphylococcus
Streptococcus
Listeria Monocytogenes
Clostridium Tetani
Gram Positive
Staphylococcus
Gram +
Streptococcus
9 terms
Gram (-) Bacteria
Neisseriaceae (family)
Enterobacterioceae
vibrianaceae
Spirillaceae
Genus: neisseria... Shape: cocci
Genus: Enterobacter, escherichia, klebsiella, proteus, salmon…
Genus: Vibrio... Shape: bacilli
Genus: campylobacter... Shape: bacilli
Neisseriaceae (family)
Genus: neisseria... Shape: cocci
Enterobacterioceae
Genus: Enterobacter, escherichia, klebsiella, proteus, salmon…
43 terms
Gram + Bacteria
Strep catalase
Staph aureus Catalase
Staph aureus Coagulase
Negative Coagulase
Negative
Positve
Positive
Probiotic and shit we dont worry about
Strep catalase
Negative
Staph aureus Catalase
Positve
17 terms
Gram (-) bacteria
Bacteroides
Prevotella
Fusobacterium
Haemophilus (H. influenza)
Gram (-) Bacilli... Anaerobic
Gram (-) Bacilli... Anaerobic
Gram (-) Bacilli... Anaerobic
Gram (-) Bacilli... Aerobic... Fastidious organism
Bacteroides
Gram (-) Bacilli... Anaerobic
Prevotella
Gram (-) Bacilli... Anaerobic
29 terms
Bacteria Gram +/-
Staphylococcus aureus
Staphylococcus pneumoniae
Staphylococcus pyogenes
Peptostreptococcus spp.
Gram Positive ... Cocci (Sphere)
Gram Positive ... Cocci (Sphere)
Gram Positive ... Cocci (Sphere)
Gram Positive ... Cocci (Sphere)
Staphylococcus aureus
Gram Positive ... Cocci (Sphere)
Staphylococcus pneumoniae
Gram Positive ... Cocci (Sphere)
50 terms
Gram (+) & (-) Bacteria
Bacillus
Listeria
Erysipelothrix
Corynebacterium
Gram + Rod
Gram + Rod
Gram + Rod
Gram + Rod
Bacillus
Gram + Rod
Listeria
Gram + Rod
8 terms
Gram - Bacteria
Neisseria gonorrhoeae
Neisseria meninitides
psuedomonas aeruginosa
legionella pneumophilia
- looks like coffee beans... - direct contact needed common sexu…
Human reservoir (harbor pathogen in nasopharynx)... Bacteria tra…
- flagella/moist environments (swimming pools, hot tubs, cont…
pleomorphic... -Disease (Legionnaires' disease) - loves the lung…
Neisseria gonorrhoeae
- looks like coffee beans... - direct contact needed common sexu…
Neisseria meninitides
Human reservoir (harbor pathogen in nasopharynx)... Bacteria tra…
17 terms
Gram bacteria
Phylum Aquificae (2)
Phylum Termotogae (4)
Diencoccus-Thermus (3)
Phylum Chloroflexi (3)
1.Deepest branch of bacteria. 5 genera.... 2. Aquifex-Gram negat…
1. Second deepest branch... 2. Gram negative rods. live in 80C t…
1. Membrane has large amounts of palmitoleic acid... 2. very res…
1. green non-sulfur bacteria... 2. Contains both photosynthetic…
Phylum Aquificae (2)
1.Deepest branch of bacteria. 5 genera.... 2. Aquifex-Gram negat…
Phylum Termotogae (4)
1. Second deepest branch... 2. Gram negative rods. live in 80C t…
20 terms
Gram (+) bacteria
Peptococcus
Peptostreptococcus
Staphylococcus aureus
Staphylococcus epidermidis
Gram (+) Cocci... Anaerobic
Gram (+) Cocci... Anaerobic
Gram (+) Cocci... Aerobic... Catalase (+) clusters... Coagulase (+)
Gram (+) Cocci... Aerobic... Catalase (+) clusters... Coagulase (-)
Peptococcus
Gram (+) Cocci... Anaerobic
Peptostreptococcus
Gram (+) Cocci... Anaerobic
15 terms
Gram (-) Bacteria
bordetella
enterobacter
escherichia coli (E. coli)
klebsiella pneumoniae (ia)
B bronchiseptica... genus - bordetella spp... B pertussis - whoop…
ferments lactose with gas production - carb metabolism... E. ae…
streptobacillus... food poisoning... ok in large intestine but no…
bacillis... encapsulated... hospital caused infection - pneumonia…
bordetella
B bronchiseptica... genus - bordetella spp... B pertussis - whoop…
enterobacter
ferments lactose with gas production - carb metabolism... E. ae…
123 terms
Gram (+) bacteria
how do we classify bacteria
strepto arrangement
staphylo arrangement
sarcinae arrangement
shape of the cell and arrangement
chains
clusters
cube of 8
how do we classify bacteria
shape of the cell and arrangement
strepto arrangement
chains
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