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Bacteria and archaea examples

  1. 1. Ben Carraway
  2. 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. 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. 4.  A species of bacteria which is commonly referred to as anthrax. A deadly disease that has been used in biological warfare. Bacteria
  5. 5. S. enterica rod-shaped flagellated, facultativeanaerobic, Gram-negative bacterium that oftencauses a type of food poisoning in individualsby infecting food. Bacteria
  6. 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. 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. 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. 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. 10. This is a species of Spirochetes that is anotorious pathogenic parasite and causessyphilis. Bacteri a
  11. 11. A gram positive species of bacteria that is amajor cause of Pneumonia as well as severalother diseases. Bacteri a
  12. 12. A species of bacteria that creates several toxins,most commonly neurotoxins, and is the majoragent in botox and botulism. Bacteria
  13. 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. 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. 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. 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