Bacillaceae


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Bacillaceae

[‚bas·ə′lās·ē‚ē]
(microbiology)
The single family of endospore-forming rods and cocci.
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Bacillaceae, Clostridium, and Clostridiales were predominant after 4 months of decomposition, whereas Planococcaceae was dominant in leachate from samples A and C after the first and second month of the sampling period.
2008) MIGS ID Property Domain Bacteria Current Classification Phylum Firmicutes Class Bacilli Order Bacillales Family Bacillaceae Genus Salisediminibacterium Species haloalkalitolerans Strain lOnlg Gram stain Positive Cell shape Rod Motility Non-motile Sporulation Non-endospore former Temperature 20-50[degrees]C range Optimum Temp.
The family Bacillaceae of Phylum Firmicutes was commonly found in the rhizosphere of both cultivars whereas Paenibacillaceae was restricted to rhizosphere soil of Fareed-06 only (Table 2).
A partir del material aislado y cultivado de los filtros FL y FC se obtuvieron bacterias pertenecientes a la familia Bacillaceae, representadas por los generos Bacillus y Salirhabdus.
El genero Bacillus (Ehrenberg) Cohn, pertenece a la familia Bacillaceae, donde actualmente se incluyen mas de 60 especies.
thuringiensis es una bacteria ubicua entomopatogena, gram positiva, aerobica, de la familia Bacillaceae, que se caracteriza por sintetizar un cuerpo paraesporal o cristal de proteinas denominadas 8-endotoxinas o proteinas Cry, con actividad toxica contra una variedad de insectos vectores de muchas enfermedades metaxenicas que son problemas de salud publica en nuestro medio, como Aedes aegypti, vector del virus del dengue.
Enterobacteriaceae, Bacillaceae and Pseudomonadaceae are three bacterial families which are considered as good producers of amino acids (Aida, 1986).