the previous answer of gram positive rods is incorrect the correct answer is gram negative rods
Yes, Salmonella is a gram-negative rod
Gram positive rods
They shape different. Gram positive cocci shapes different from gram negative rods.
a gram negative rod
Yes, they can
Spore forming, gram positive rods
No, aminoglycocides are used
Gram negative bacteria is shaped like rods and stained a reddish pink color due to the gram staining process. Gram negative bacteria do not form spores.
These are probably E.coli since they are gram negative and so this is rod arrangement not strep arrangement .
the enterobacter spp when viewed under the microscope are gram negative rods,but their rods are longer than that of the citrobacter allthough it is also a gram negative organism
they are non-sporing gram negative rods
e coli proteus mirabilis
Sounds like Citrobacter freundii. Double check that you do have a gram negative rod that is motile, H2S negative and oxidative negative (most gram neg rods are).
The rods will be gram negative, the cocci are gram positive: most likely, the slide was made from a mixed culture of bacteria, or the culture was contaminated.
E. aerogenes is a Gram negative bacillus, therefore you will see pink rods. Furthermore, these organisms have no particular arrangement.
Moraxella are: - bacteria - short gram negative rods that occur in pairs - obligate parasites of mucosal surfaces
Round, smooth, colorless, convex, aerobic, motile, gram-negative rods/bacilli
Salmonella, Shigella, Yersinia, and Serratia are all gram-negative facultatively anaerobic rods.
Moraxella is a genus of gram negative bacteria. They are short rods which occur in pairs and are obligate parasites of mucosal surfaces.