what drug is effective against alcaligenes faecalis
Acording to Bergey's manual A. faecalis is Oxidase positive
It does not have a capsule
There are several different diseases and conditions that are caused by Alcaligenes Faecalis. Some of these conditions and diseases include endophthlamitis and many different types of infections.
No, according to Bergey's Manual.
all i know about alcaligenes faecalis is that it is: gram negative rod shaped motile prime growth-37°c and that is oxidase and catalase positive hope this helps :D
E. faecalis is a gram-positive, non-endospore-forming, lactic-acid producing bacterium. They are tolerant to a wide range of environmental conditions.
Usually positive, but some strains may not.
yes and no, sometimes it comes out positive and sometimes it comes out negitive
Alcaligenes faecalis is a motile, obligate aerobic and motile bacteria. The colony morphology of alcligenes faecalis is that of small colonies, grey in color, with rough borders and spreading edges. These bacteria are rod-shaped, and colonies are thin, and often have a â??fruityâ?? odor that many people associate with green apples.
very good chance it is VP negative
the bacteria dont ferment in MSA, there is no growth on the plat
No they do not produce endospores.
Round, smooth, colorless, convex, aerobic, motile, gram-negative rods/bacilli
Yes, it's a non lactose- fermenting, oxidase positive, gram negative bacilli.
No, Pseudomonas aeruginosa can not produce endospores.
Gram Negative Rod Lactose Test: Negative Glucose Test: Negative Pigmentation: none (Pale)
Bacillus cells produce endospores.
I dont have any answer, But i will post it when i will know . No change in color or reaction on Indole Test - Negative result on Indole Test.
no. in general, only gram-positive bacteria such as Bacillus and Clostridium produce endospores.