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Chapter 11 Micro


Causes bacillary dysentery Shigella
Require X factor (heme) and V factor (NAD+, NADP+) in media; causes meningitis, earaches, and epiglottitis H. influenzae
causes foodborne intestinal disease Campylobacter jejuni
Multiple flagella; Cause peptic ulcers and stomach cancer Helicobacter
cause urinary tract infections and nosocomial infections Enterobacter cloacae and E. aerogenes
causes plague;Transmitted via fleas Yersinia pestis
Produces red pigment; Common cause of nosocomial infections Serratia
2400 serovars; Common form of foodborne illness; causes typhoid fever Salmonella typhi
indicator of fecal contamination; causes foodborne disease and urinary tract infections Escherichia coli
causes Q fever; transmitted via aerosols or milk Coxiella burnetii
wound and urinary tract infections Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Created by: ACC Bio Harrison