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- million base pairs, is thought to be adaptive to extreme environments. Psychrotrophic bacteria are capable of surviving or even thriving in extremely cold...
- and humans or occur in water or soil. The species are mesophilic or psychrotrophic (Psychrobacter). Moraxella catarrhalis is a human pathogen, and Moraxella...
- with the protozoan Blastocystis. The "cold-chain" hypothesis is that psychrotrophic bacteria such as Yersinia and Listeria species contribute to the disease...
- of bacterial orders Panspermia Polysaccharide encapsulated bacteria Psychrotrophic bacteria Woese CR, Kandler O, Wheelis ML (June 1990). "Towards a natural...
- Chattopadhyay; S. Shivaji (1996). "The major carotenoid pigment of a psychrotrophic Micrococcus roseus strain: fluorescence properties of the pigment and...
- growth generally occur between 10 °C and 50 °C, though some strains are psychrotrophic. Bacterial growth results in production of enterotoxins, one of which...
- 2012). "Identification of cold-inducible inner membrane proteins of the psychrotrophic bacterium, Shewanella livingstonensis Ac10, by proteomic analysis"....
- reason; however, they grow, thrive and die at different temperatures. Psychrotrophic bacteria contribute to dairy products spoiling, getting mouldy or going...
- Glutamicibacter ardleyensis is a psychrotrophic and rod-coccus bacterium from the genus of Glutamicibacter. "Glutamicibacter". www.bacterio.net. "Glutamicibacter...
- bacterium species in the genus Rhodococcus. It is moderately halophilic and psychrotrophic, with type strain 3438W (= DSM 43752). Helmke, E.; Weyland, H. (1984)...
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