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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Under Proteobacteria, order Campylobacterales represented the highest relative abundance in the gut tissue (>95%); order Vibrionales dominated in the gut digesta (41-52%) and egested fecal pellets (37-67%).
When compared to the other class designations, the [gamma]-proteobacteria had the highest number of orders, includ-ing Alteromonadales, Chromatiales, Enterobacteriales, Pseudornonadales, and Vibrionales.