Vibrionaceae


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Vibrionaceae

[‚vib·rē·ō′nās·ē‚ē]
(microbiology)
A family of gram-negative, facultatively anaerobic rods; cells are straight or curved and usually motile by polar flagella; generally found in water.
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The two most representative Gammaproteobacteria in AF were Vibrio and Photobacterium both belonging to Vibrionaceae, whereas in WF, Psychrobacter and Acinetobacter were the most common isolates (Fig.
The Vibrionaceae family of gram negative rods consist of roughly a dozen or so species divided clinically into generally two categories of infection: cholera due to V.
Species of the highly diverse Vibrionaceae family are commonly associated with marine invertebrates (Cheng et al.
La distribucion de Vibrio en ambientes acuaticos ha sido investigada y reportada por diversos autores indicando que los miembros de la familia Vibrionaceae son escasos en numero pero se encuentran ampliamente distribuidos, encontrando el mayor numero de Vibrio en el fondo de las aguas estuarinas [15,35].
Curved gram-negative bacilli and oxidase-positive fermenters: Campylobacteraceae and Vibrionaceae.
Vibrionaceae dominates the microflora antagonistic towards Listonella anguillarum in the intestine of cultured Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.
Bacteria belonging to the Vibrionaceae family are widespread in the marine environment [28].
To obtain these findings, the researchers tested about 35,000 interactions among pairs of 185 strains of Vibrionaceae bacteria populations taken from the ocean.
The most common bacteria present and problematic for corals are members of the Vibrionaceae that have been implicated in coral bleaching (Kushmaro et al, 1997; Ben-Haim and Rosenberg, 2002) and a myriad of coral diseases (Patterson et al, 2002; Frias-Lopez et al, 2003, 2004; Kline et al.
Bacteria are etiological agents that generate diseases, and Vibrionaceae represent the most important group of pathogens for both larvae and juvenile shrimp.
Although historically the Aeromonas genus has been placed in the family Vibrionaceae (11), but there have been proposal to place it in its own family Aeromonadaceae (12).