Thus, with the exception of Campylobacterales (mainly Arcobacter), the bead beating method was superior for Enterobacteriales (mainly Klebsiella), Actinomycetales
(Actinomyces), Fusobacteriales (mainly Fusobacterium), Neisseriales (mainly Neisseria), and Erysipelotrichales (only Erysipelothrix).
Whipple's disease is a rare, chronic, and infectious systemic disease caused by the bacterium Tropheryma whipplei, a member of the diverse order of Actinomycetales
, usually found in soil .
Como era de esperarse, las pruebas morfologicas y moleculares aplicadas a las cepas AC01 y AC18 apuntan a que esos dos aislados pertenecen al phylum Actinobacteria, orden Actinomycetales
A new class of chemical insecticides obtained from the fermentation of the bacterium Sacharopolyspora spinosa (Actinomycetales
) has been indicated as a natural alternative to classical pesticides.
Actinomadura nitritigenes belongs to the class, Actinobacteria; order, Actinomycetales
; family, Thermomonosporaceae; genus, Actinomadura.
: Characteristics and Practical Importance.
Mycobacteria are Gram-positive aerobic bacteria belonging to the family Mycobacteriaceae and are one of several mycolic-acid-containing genera within the order Actinomycetales
Actinomycetes in soils, composts and fodders in Actinomycetales
: Characteristics and Practical Importance, G Sykes, FA Skinner (Eds) Academic Press, London, pp.
The genus Rhodococcus is in the family Nocardiaceae in the suborder Corynebacterineae of the Actinomycetales
Dr Alexander-Jackson postulated that the Rous virus was 'the virus size stage and virus like form of a single type of pleomorphic intermittently acid fast organism with a Mycoplasma transitional L phase, belonging under the order Actinomycetales
Mycetomas can be caused by Actinomycetales
, bacteria, and true fungi.
Data from the 4 sequenced CM6 isolates indicated that these were closely related to the Microbacteria group (Gram positive, high GC, Firmicutes, Actinobacteria, Actinobacteridae, Actinomycetales
, Micrococcineae, Microbacteriaceae).