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Image #   26154B
Name:   Pseudomonas syringae - Gram-negative, rod prokaryote (bacterium)
Copyright:   Copyright 2007 Dennis Kunkel Microscopy, Inc.
Description:   Caption: Pseudomonas syringae - Gram-negative, aerobic, rod prokaryote. Pseudomonas syringae is a saprophytic strain that is a primarily a plant pathogen that was originally isolated from an apple leaf. There are 41 pathovars of P. syringae which are able to cause diseases on various plants. An antagonistic strain occurs as a non-pathogenic counterpart and the strain is antagonistic towards pathogens on many plants, especially fungi. It can grow well on wounded plant tissue and can control a variety of diseases on different fruits, including pome fruits, banana, and citrus fruits as well as vegetables. Pseudomonas species are able to grow in extreme environments. Any carbon or hydrocarbon source is a suitable place for them to live. Most Pseudomonas species produce a slime layer that cannot be phagocytosed, and aids in the production of surface-colonizing biofilms. The bacterial genus Pseudomonas (pseudomonad) includes, the human pathogen P. aeruginosa, the ubiquitous soil bacterium P. putida, and some species that are known to cause problems in dairy products. P. aeruginosa usually causes problems in humans who have already have had their immune systems weakened. This complicated, resistant bacteria causes skin infections, urinary tract infections and septicemia.
Magnification*: x3,400
Type: SEM
    *(Magnifications are based on a 35mm slide image of 24mm in the narrow dimension.)
Keywords:   03.01.07a bacteria bacterium plant pathogen plant disease Pseudomonas aerobic bacilli bacillus bacterial pathogen biodegrade hydrocarbon biodegrade polyaromatic hydrocarbon biofilm biolfilms bioremediation enteric enterobacteria enterobacterium enteric bacteria enteric bacterium extreme environment extremophile extremophiles extremophilic Gram-negative Gram negative hydrocarbon bacterium hydrocarbon bacteria hydrocarbon degrading bacterium hydrocarbon degrading bacteria polyaromatic bacteria polyaromatic bacterium polyaromatic hydrocarbon bacterium polyaromatic hydrocarbon bacteria polyaromatic hydrocarbon degrading bacterium polyaromatic hydrocarbon degrading bacteria prokaryote pseudomonad Pseudomonas syringae rod-shaped bacterium rod-shaped bacteria rod shaped bacterium rod shaped bacteria SEM soil bacterium soil bacteria soil microbe soil microbes soil organism soil organisms soil microorganism soil microorganisms plant infection agricultural disease division saprophyte plant saprophyte saprophytic mucilage slime layer fruit disease vegetable disease 26154B food spoilage

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