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(Pseudomonas)

1. ubiquitous

2. occur widely in nature

3. aquatic habitat and in soil

4. produce colorful soluble pigments blue or green - blue pus organsim

5. simple nutritional requirements

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(Pseudomonas)

1. gram?

2. oxygen?

3. shape?

4. motile?

5. spores?

6. most species produce what?

7. highly resistant to what?

1. negative

2. aerobic (obligate)

3. rod

4. yes (one or more polar flagella)

5. no

6. pigments

7. disinfectants

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(Pigments produced by pseudomonas aeroginosa)

1. pyocynin = 

2. pyoverdin = 

3. pyorubin = 

4. pylomelanin = 

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(Psuedomonas)

(species of pathogenic significance in animals)

1. what is one?

2. is it a big threat to animals?

1. P. aeruginosa

2. no, seldom causes disease in healthy animals

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(Psuedomonas Aerguinosa)

1. gram?

2. oxygen?

3. SURVIVES AND MULTIPLIES IN WHAT TEMPS?

4. survives high salt content

5. shows what green pigmentation (pyocyanin - deep blue, fluoresceine - yellow to green)

6. what percentrage of stains produce pigment?

1. negative

2. aerboic - obligate

3. WIDE TEMP RANGE, 20-42 C

6. 50%

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(Pseudomonas Aeruginosa)

1. known to survive in what?

1. quarternary ammonium disinfectants, weak soap solutions

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(Pseudomonas Aeruginosa)

secretes numerous extracellular products

1-3. What are the important ones?

1. proteolytic enzymes (destructive to tissues)

2. proteases (3 types)

3. fibrinolysin (converts fibrin to soluble products)

make note of yellow text in pic

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(Pseudomonas Aerguniosa)

wound infections - purulent material may be what color?

green

(immuno compromised host)

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(Burkholderia)

1. What is the species of importance?

2. CAUSES WHAT IN HORSES AND SOLIPEDS (and carnivores)?

3. DONKEYS EXPERIENCE A MORE CHRONIC/ACUTE FORM? HORSES? MULES?

4. contagious, chronic, fatal in horses

5. HOW SUSCEPTIBLE ARE SHEEP, CATTLE, SWINE

6. in humans?

1. Burkholderia mallei

2. GLANDERS

3. ACUTE; CHRONIC; INTERMEDIATE

5. THEY ARE RESISTANT

6. seldom

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(Burkholderia mallei)

1. carnivores are susceptible if they do what?

2. felines or dogs more susceptible?

1. eat glandered meat

2. felines

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(Burkholderia mallei)

(three forms of the disease)

1-3. what are they?

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read pages 25-36

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(Burkholderia mallei)

1. what is incubatin with natural infection?

with experimental infection?

2. within a week

1. weeks to months

3 days

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(Burkholderia Pseudomallei)

1. very closely related to B. mallei

2. CATTLE, SHEEP, GOATS, PIGS, HORSES, DOGS, CATS, RODENTS, MONKEYS, HUMANS

3. present in western hemisphere