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
6. most species produce what?
7. highly resistant to what?
2. aerobic (obligate)
4. yes (one or more polar flagella)
(Pigments produced by pseudomonas aeroginosa)
1. pyocynin =
2. pyoverdin =
3. pyorubin =
4. pylomelanin =
(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
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?
2. aerboic - obligate
3. WIDE TEMP RANGE, 20-42 C
1. known to survive in what?
1. quarternary ammonium disinfectants, weak soap solutions
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
wound infections - purulent material may be what color?
(immuno compromised host)
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
3. ACUTE; CHRONIC; INTERMEDIATE
5. THEY ARE RESISTANT
1. carnivores are susceptible if they do what?
2. felines or dogs more susceptible?
1. eat glandered meat
(three forms of the disease)
1-3. what are they?
read pages 25-36
1. what is incubatin with natural infection?
with experimental infection?
2. within a week
1. weeks to months
1. very closely related to B. mallei
2. CATTLE, SHEEP, GOATS, PIGS, HORSES, DOGS, CATS, RODENTS, MONKEYS, HUMANS
3. present in western hemisphere