Pseudomonadales


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Pseudomonadales

[sü‚däm·ə·nə′dā·lēz]
(microbiology)
Formerly an order of ovoid, rod-shaped, comma-shaped, or spiral bacteria in the class Schizomycetes; cells characterized as rigid and motile by means of polar flagella.
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Such a dynamic change in the number of assigned reads to the order of Pseudomonadales during the start-up period of a UASB reactor suggests that supplied substrate for AD (microalgal biomass and sodium acetate) was a trigger of bacterial growth of members of the Pseudomonadales order.
For two other orders, Pseudomonadales possess mostly nonfermenting metabolism, while Enterobacteriales are fermenters and can produce fatty acids and lactic acids.
No clear distinction could be found between the more rigid gram-positive bacteria and the gram-negative bacteria, which have been reported to be easier to extract, as both extraction procedures differed in yields for several gram-positive (Lactobacillales versus Clostridiales) and gram-negative orders (Enterobacteriales versus Pseudomonadales).
isolates Actinomycetales 294 Bacillales 61 Pseudomonadales 56 Flavobacteriales 41 Burkholderiales 39 Lactobacillales 38 Enterobacteriales 33 Neisseriales 15 Pasteurellales 14 Rhizobiales 14 Clostridiales 10 Cardiobacteriales 9 Sphingomonadales 8 Caulobacterales 7 Rhodospirillales 7 Xanthomonadales 7 Fusobacteriales 6 Bacteroidales 5 Sphingobacteriales 4 Rhodocyclales 2 Desulfovibrionales 1 Micrococcineae 1 Rhodobacterales 1 Table 2.
En Colombia, en un trabajo reciente de evaluacion de la terapia larval en la curacion de heridas infectadas con Pseudomonas aeruginosa Schroeter, 1872 (Pseudomonadales: Pseudomonaceae) en conejos (Rey et al.
In addition, Enterobacteriales, Spirochaetales, Pseudomonadales, RF39, Methanobacteriales, Actinomycetales, Coriobacteriales, Alteromonadales, and others were found with low abundance in the two groups (Figure 3(b)).
We attribute "misclassification" of this animal to greater relative abundance of Xanthomonadales, Clostridiales, Pseudomonadales, and Flavobacteriales and lower abundance (%) of Mycoplasmatales and Bacteroidales compared with animals who received PB diet.