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  • 1. Ben Carraway
  • 2. Commonly known as E. coli, this is a gram-negative, rod-shaped bacterium and is found in many warm blooded animals intestines. While most strains are harmless, some can cause serious food poisoning. Bacteria
  • 3. C. Perfringens Is a Gram-positive, rod-shaped,anaerobic, spore-forming bacterium that can be foundin animals intestines and is the third most commoncause of food poisoning in the United States. Bacteri a
  • 4.  A species of bacteria which is commonly referred to as anthrax. A deadly disease that has been used in biological warfare. Bacteria
  • 5. S. enterica rod-shaped flagellated, facultativeanaerobic, Gram-negative bacterium that oftencauses a type of food poisoning in individualsby infecting food. Bacteria
  • 6. B. burgdorferi is a gram negative species ofbacteria that is the agent of Lyme disease. Avery common disease in North America andEurope that is carried by ticks. Bacteria
  • 7. A. tumefaciens is a gram negative soil bacteriumwhich is the causal agent in Crown Gall diseasein dicots as well as a serious pathogen in manylegumes. Bacteria
  • 8. A gram positive bacterium that is found in soilor the intestinal tract of animals. It is the majorcausing agent of the notorius and deadlydisease Tetanus. Bacteria
  • 9. C. trachomatis is a human pathogen that is gramnegative and the most common cause ofblindness in the world and causes the mostcommon sexually transmitted disease in theUnited States. Bacteri a
  • 10. This is a species of Spirochetes that is anotorious pathogenic parasite and causessyphilis. Bacteri a
  • 11. A gram positive species of bacteria that is amajor cause of Pneumonia as well as severalother diseases. Bacteri a
  • 12. A species of bacteria that creates several toxins,most commonly neurotoxins, and is the majoragent in botox and botulism. Bacteria
  • 13. A form of lactic acid bacteria that can be foundin many places but most commonly fermentedfoods. It is also one of the most common causesof beer spoilage. Bacteria
  • 14. M. Jannischii is a methanogen in the domain Archaea. It lives in the aquatic environments in temperatures between 50 and 86 degrees celsius. Archaea
  • 15.  H. salinarium is an extremophile that must live in extremely high levels of NaCl. It is a Halobacterium in the Domain Archaea. Archaea
  • 16. This is an extreme thermophile that is known to live in acid springs and soil in temperatures between 60 and 96 degrees celsius. Archaea