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  • ...y use to not only survive but also thrive in such extreme environments are of great interest to current researches. ...'' lacks cell wall; however, they do possess cell envelope that is made up of cytoplasmic membrane and a protein surface layer (S-layer) (Sleytr et. al.,
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  • [[image:dist.gif|frame|right|Distribution of Malaria. Majority of cases are in Sub-Saharan Africa. [http://cdc.gov/malaria/features/surveilla ...edu/index.php/Plasmodium <i>Plasmodium</i>], which can only be transferred by the female <i>Anopheles</i> mosquito. Malaria is spread when the mosquito b
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  • [[Category:Pages edited by the students of Tyrrell Conway at the University of Oklahoma]] [[Image:OULOGOBIANCO.JPEG|thumb|230px|left|University of Oklahoma Study Abroad Microbiology in Arezzo, Italy [hhttp://cas.ou.edu/stu
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  • ...s process works, it is "possible that the microbe screens out gold as part of an effort to detoxify its immediate environment" (1). ...inc decantation tank in Belgium that was polluted with high concentrations of several heavy metals. Frank Reith (and colleagues) at Australian National U
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  • ...otic (Mupirocin) which has been proven effective in treating certain kinds of skin, ear, and eye disorders (10). ....5% GC content. There are 95 RNAs and 5736 proteins. The genome sequencing of ''P. fluorescens SBW25'' is still in progress.(2)
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  • The ''Burkholderia cepacia'' complex consists of nine genomic species called genomovars: ...d human pathogen it has many significant agricultural uses. It is capable of breaking down toxic compounds found in pesticides and herbicides. It has a
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  • ...nly called the beta-hemolytic group A streptococcus, or GAS. (2) A picture of this clearly shows how the organism grows. ...aria Fazio and Vincent A. Fischetti, Ph.D. with permission. The Laboratory of Bacterial Pathogenesis and Immunology, Rockefeller University. ]]
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  • [[Category:Pages edited by students of Rachel Larsen at UCSD‏‎]] [[Category:Pages edited by students of Grace Lim-Fong at Randolph-Macon College]]
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  • ...here is a mutual relationship between the plant and bacteria. The surface of the root, rhizosphere, allows the bacteria to thrive from the root nutrient ...nd other organic matter. There is great interest in sequencing the genome of ''Pseudomonas putida'' due to its strong effect in bioremediation. [3]
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  • ...nterest in research on how to control these resistant infections, possibly by preventing them with vaccines (7). ...sequence of ''K. pneumoniae'' genome was found to be closely related that of ''Escherichia coli'' K-12 [http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.
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  • ...the intestinal tracts of animals and humans [1]. It belongs to the family of Enterobacteriaceae. ...]. Therefore, one of the chief reasons many different strains and plasmids of the C. freundii genome are being sequenced is in order to find antibiotics
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  • Discussions on the true taxonomy of ''E. aerogenes'' presently exist due to the genomic distance between ''E. c ...er common antigen; and have a 39-59% guanine-plus-cytosine (G + C) content of DNA (2).
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  • [[Image: P.aerugenosa_photomicrograph.jpg|frame|right| A photomicrograph of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. From the [http://phil.cdc.gov/phil/quicksearch.asp ...ernative electron acceptors. ''P. aeruginosa'' can catabolize a wide range of organic molecules, including organic compounds such as benzoate. This, then
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  • ...y strive in aerobe environment. HB8 survive anaerobeically in the presence of nitrate through nitrate reductase production. However the HB27 was unable t ...enatured by the surrounding environment. In addition, it contained a total of 2210 protein encoding genes and 53 RNA genes. ('''2''')
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  • ...ation when oxygen is present but can switch to fermentation in the absence of oxygen. ...ared to other <i>Enterobacter</i> infections. Many of the clinical samples of the <i>Enterobacter</i> infections are hard to distinguish from other bacte
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  • ...used for treating byproducts from oil refineries. The specific PM1 strain of the bacteria was isolated from a culture enriched with methyl tert-butyl et ...as entered water systems and caused massive contaminations. The detection of ''M. petroleiphilum'' PM1 in contaminated water supplies could be indicativ
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  • ...itats offers differing environmental conditions, and as such, is colonized by a different microbial flora. ...ne, smoking, dehydration, and even stress, alter the ecological conditions of mouth.
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  • ==Description of Niche== ...age:Greenshowercurt.jpg|thumb|200px|right|Vinyl Shower Curtain: This type of shower curtain is known to accumulate biofilms the fastest in comparison to
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  • ...mospheric Research (UCAR), ©1995-1999, 2000 The Regents of the University of Michigan,1994. Online. Available: http://www.windows.ucar.edu **]] [[Image:sargassumstretch.jpg|right|450px|thumb|'''''Sargassum''''' **Courtesy of NOAA, http://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov**]]
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  • =Description of Niche= ...process which will continue to drop the initial pH from 5.2 to a final pH of 4 as the wort ferments [http://www.ibd.org.uk/igbsite/business/training/fil
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