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Pseudomonadaceae

[sü‚däm·ə·nə′dās·ē‚ē]
(microbiology)
A family of gram-negative, aerobic, rod-shaped bacteria; cells are straight or curved and motile by polar flagella.
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(2002) Total pseudomonads No effect Simpfendorfer et al.
Although the ability to produce cellulose-based A-L interface biofilms in static microcosms is common amongst environmental pseudomonads [36, 38, 79] (reviewed by [39]), it is unclear what the functional role of cellulose might be in the natural habitats of these bacteria.
With Gerwick, Loper and her colleagues applied the genomisotopic method to the genome of Pf-5, a pseudomonad that produces antibiotics that suppress plant diseases caused by soilborne pathogens such as Pythium ultimum and Rhizoctonia sohmi.
Isolation of aminogly-coside-resistant pseudomonads in patients from disease-endemic areas should always prompt consideration of melioidosis and accurate identification.
Fermentation of geraniol, nerol and limonene by a soil Pseudomonad, P.
In 1983, Montie and Stover purified flagella from several pseudomonads, including P.
Furthermore, it harbored the highest number of heterotrophs, pseudomonads, enteric species, staphylococci and micrococci.
This study is the one of the report in which phlD was detected in an isolate of fluorescent pseudomonad from a particular ecological region of Raichur.
Simultaneous phosphate solubilization potential and antifungal activity of new fluorescent pseudomonad strains, Pseudomona aeruginosa, P.
[9] studied the impact of long-term grassland management regimes with nitrogen-fertilizer application and soil drainage on the microbial community structure and found that nitrogen fertilizer exerted a significant impact on the total bacterial and actinomycete community structures, whereas soil drainage had a significant impact on the actinomycete and pseudomonad communities.
Simultaneous phosphate solubilisation potential and anti fungal activity of new fluorescent pseudomonad strains, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, P.plecossicida and P.