No, Klebsiella pneumoniae is non-motile. No, Klebsiella pneumoniae is non-motile.
yes,Infection with Klebsiella pneumoniae can be highly contagious. It can be spread by direct contact or through contaminated water.
Test for Urea. Enterobacter aerogenes for test negetive and Klebsiella pneumoniae will test positve.
Klebsiella pneumoniae is transmitted in a variety of ways. It can be transmitted by direct physical contact, transmission, as well as through the air, too.
1.what types of disease caused by klebsiella pneumoniae?
No, but Pseudomonas aeruginosa is.
Yes it is... Rapidly fatal
Yes, Klebsiella pneumoniae is highly contagious. As the name implies, it is generally associated with infections in the lungs, although any body organ or tissue can become infected.
single, pairs or short chains
urease test klebsiella will be positive and E.coli negative
Type your answer here... it's non-hemolytic
Klebsiella pneumoniae is a type of bacteria commonly found in the human mouth. It is normally harmless but can cause illness if it gets into the lungs. Illnesses related to this bacteria are usually found in those with a weak immune system.
Yes, it has two layers and they are both different...it is very unique
Klebsiella pneumoniae is a member of the Enterobacteriaceae family and is able to anaerobically use citrate as a source of Carbon because the citrate contains citritase, an enzyme that initiates a catabolic process. The carbonate and nitrogen of the citrate is broken down into acetate and oxalacetic acid, and then pyruvic acid and carbon dioxide. These products reacts with the ammonia (nitrogen and hydrogen) and sodium hydrogen carbonate compounds of the Citrate. The K. pneumoniaeaccumulates the alkalines and create a basic pH. (I think?)
No, K. pneumoniae will not grow on Mannitol Salt Agar- gram negative organisms cannot grow on MSA, and K. pneumoniae is gram negative.
Negative Negative Negative Negative
Yes, almost Enterobacteriae are positive for nitrate reduction.
i believe it is a gram bacteria which causes respiratory illness.