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  1. Serovars, Typhoid Fever.

Salmonella

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2. Cause of Q fever

Coxiella

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3. Several Pseudomonas species have been reclassified into this genus

Burkholderia

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4. Grow obligately in white blood cells; cause a tick borne disease

Ehrlichia

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5. Endosymbionts of insects

Wolbachia

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6. Endospores

Clostridium

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7. Anaerobic, gram-negative, slender rods with pointed ends

Fusobacterium

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8. Filamentus bacteria that produce most of our commercial antibiotics .

Streptomyces

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9. Gram-positive cocci that form grapelike clusters.

Staphylococcus

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10. Gram-positive cocci that are aero tolerant anaerobes

streptomyces

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11. Cause of cat-scratch disease

Bartonella

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12. Cause of melioidosis

Burkholderia

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13. Many of these are plant pathogens, causing plant-rot disease

Erwinia

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14. Infectious by elementary bodies

chlamydia

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15. Filamentous bacteria, aerobes; cell wall resembles mycobacteria; often stain acid - fast.

Nocardia

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16. Spirochetes

Leptospira

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17. Some of these are stalked and attach themselves to aquatic surfaces

Caulobacter

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18. many are capable of fixing nitrogen from air

Klebsiella

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19. Cause of whooping cough (pertussis).

Bordetella pertussis

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20. Produces a food - poisoning enterotoxin.

Staphylococcus aureus

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21. Endospores

Clostridium tetani

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22. Plague

Yersinia pestis

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Important for operation of an activated -sludge sewage system

Zoogloea spp

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observed to fix nitrogen while living in close association with certain tropical grasses

Azospirillum