Chapter 11 Matching HW
- Serovars, Typhoid Fever.
2. Cause of Q fever
3. Several Pseudomonas species have been reclassified into this genus
4. Grow obligately in white blood cells; cause a tick borne disease
5. Endosymbionts of insects
7. Anaerobic, gram-negative, slender rods with pointed ends
8. Filamentus bacteria that produce most of our commercial antibiotics .
9. Gram-positive cocci that form grapelike clusters.
10. Gram-positive cocci that are aero tolerant anaerobes
11. Cause of cat-scratch disease
12. Cause of melioidosis
13. Many of these are plant pathogens, causing plant-rot disease
14. Infectious by elementary bodies
15. Filamentous bacteria, aerobes; cell wall resembles mycobacteria; often stain acid - fast.
17. Some of these are stalked and attach themselves to aquatic surfaces
18. many are capable of fixing nitrogen from air
19. Cause of whooping cough (pertussis).
20. Produces a food - poisoning enterotoxin.
Important for operation of an activated -sludge sewage system
observed to fix nitrogen while living in close association with certain tropical grasses