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  • ...pable of switching to [[Fermentation (biochemistry)|fermentation]] under [[anaerobic]] conditions. Some examples of Facultative anaerobic bacteria are the [[Staphlococci]] ([[Gram positive]]), [[Corynebacterium]
    1 KB (194 words) - 13:51, 14 September 2013
  • ...f oxygen is present but is also capable of switching to fermentation under anaerobic conditions.
    205 B (29 words) - 02:49, 26 June 2008
  • 12 B (1 word) - 17:08, 26 September 2007
  • ....sci.gu.edu.au/courses/ss12bmi/micro_groups/fac_anaerobes.html Facultative Anaerobic Bacteria] ...hul.sci.gu.edu.au/courses/ss12bmi/micro_groups/obl_anaerobes.html Obligate Anaerobic Bacteria]
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Facultative anaerobic organism]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Aerobic organism}}
    616 B (77 words) - 21:29, 11 January 2010

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  • A family of [[Facultative anaerobic organism|facultatively anaerobic bacteria]], containing the genera ''[[Vibrio (genus)|Vibrio]]'', ''[[Aero
    256 B (31 words) - 17:21, 14 April 2009
  • ...pable of switching to [[Fermentation (biochemistry)|fermentation]] under [[anaerobic]] conditions. Some examples of Facultative anaerobic bacteria are the [[Staphlococci]] ([[Gram positive]]), [[Corynebacterium]
    1 KB (194 words) - 13:51, 14 September 2013
  • ...dangerous. These oxygen radicals are [[oxidative stress|toxic]], and only organisms which express radical-scavenging enzymes (like [[catalase]] and [[super * facultative aerobes can use oxygen, but are able to survive in its absence, throug
    3 KB (382 words) - 03:02, 14 April 2008
  • 1. how the organism obtains carbon for synthesising cell mass: * [[heterotrophy|heterotrophic]] – [[carbon]] is obtained from [[organic compound]]s
    29 KB (4,038 words) - 23:10, 16 February 2010
  • ....sci.gu.edu.au/courses/ss12bmi/micro_groups/fac_anaerobes.html Facultative Anaerobic Bacteria] ...hul.sci.gu.edu.au/courses/ss12bmi/micro_groups/obl_anaerobes.html Obligate Anaerobic Bacteria]
    404 B (55 words) - 13:51, 14 September 2013
  • ...poring, non motile facultative anaerobe, which is the predominant spoilage organism in chilled raw meats and processed meat products stored aerobically or u
    243 B (30 words) - 08:03, 5 September 2009
  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Aerobic organism]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Facultative anaerobic organism}}
    546 B (70 words) - 12:46, 8 January 2010
  • {{r|Aerobic organism}} {{r|Facultative anaerobic organism}}
    741 B (95 words) - 21:32, 11 January 2010
  • {{r|Facultative anaerobic organism}}
    1 KB (147 words) - 12:44, 8 January 2010
  • ...article/226434-overview}}</ref> It is [[facultative anaerobe|facultatively anaerobic]], not requiring [[oxygen]] for survival and reproduction and may even di This organism causes 90% of human infections with ''Proteus'' species. It is primarily
    10 KB (1,444 words) - 08:49, 2 December 2010
  • {{r|Microorganism}} {{r|Organotroph}}
    3 KB (336 words) - 09:05, 8 June 2009
  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Organism]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Aerobic organism}}
    3 KB (377 words) - 00:15, 12 January 2010
  • '''Bacteria''' (singular: '''bacterium''') are a major group of living [[organism]]s. The term "bacteria" (singular: '''bacterium''') has variously appli ...iquitous]] in [[soil]], [[water]], and as [[symbiosis|symbionts]] of other organisms. Many [[pathogen]]s are bacteria. Most are minute, usually only 0.5-5
    26 KB (3,840 words) - 03:44, 23 October 2011
  • ...iotics, that is according to the World Health Organization, are "live microorganisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on ...L. casei have a 45-47% G+C content.<ref>http://www.kegg.com/kegg-bin/show_organism?org=lca kegg.com</ref>
    13 KB (1,860 words) - 22:08, 3 November 2013
  • ...riaceae. It is a motile bacterium with flagella. It is also a facultative anaerobe. The species, Serratia marcescens is the main pathogen under the genus Ser Serratia marcescens are facultative anaerobes, which means they prefer oxygen as a source but can do with out. The red
    11 KB (1,641 words) - 10:50, 15 September 2013
  • ...eved April 18, 2009, from Kegg Web site:http://www.genome.jp/kegg-bin/show_organism?org=vha</ref> Non-sporulating rods (0.5 microns x 2 microns) help to mai ...chemical attractants and away from chemical repellants). As a facultative anaerobe, these bacteria will thrive most in environments with oxygen, but are able
    13 KB (2,004 words) - 09:09, 16 February 2010
  • ...non–[[spore]]-forming, [[pleomorphic]], [[Gram-negative]], [[facultative anaerobic]], bipolar-staining bacillus [[bacterium]] belonging to the family ''[[En ''Yersinia pestis'' is a [[Gram-negative bacteria]] that is a [[facultative anaerobe]]. During an outbreak the bacteria can survive for long periods of time in
    20 KB (2,962 words) - 04:21, 19 February 2010
  • ...tain|Gram-negative]] flagellated rod-shaped bacterium. It is facultatively anaerobic. Substrains of the organism are characterized O:H, where O is the somatic antigen and H is the flage
    3 KB (464 words) - 03:30, 23 October 2011
  • Like all [[archaea]] ''H. NRC-1'' has no [[nucleus]] or [[organelles]] within the cell, and like other [[archaea]], have evolved many metab ...ble to investigate gene expression. This makes it an excellent model microorganism for research in basic cellular processes, gene expression and as well as
    25 KB (3,592 words) - 08:17, 8 November 2013
  • ...'', it would be as follows: ''Micro'', for microscopic; ''coccus'' for the organism's spherical shape; ''luteus'' for "yellow". The bacteria is also found i ...nd can be transmitted via consumption of milk. This organism can grow on inorganic nitrogen, and cannot synthesize acid from glucose in the presence of oxyg
    11 KB (1,679 words) - 11:09, 3 December 2010

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