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14 Possible Causes for Planococcus, antarcticus

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  • Edrophonium

    Abstract A 20-year-old Papua New Guinean male developed neuromuscular paralysis following a bite by a death adder (Acanthophis antarcticus).[]

    Missing: Planococcus
  • Bacillus Fusiformis

    Genera related to the genus Bacillus – Sporolactobacillus , Sporosarcina , Planococcus , Filibacter and Caryophanon .[] Phylogenetic interrelationships of round-spore-forming bacilli containing cell walls based on lysine and the non-spore-forming genera Caryophanon , Exiguobacterium , Kurthia , and Planococcus[]

    Missing: antarcticus
  • Peptostreptococcus

    Compare aerobes: Deinobacter grandis Deinococcus , Marinococcus , Micrococcus , Planococcus , Salinicoccus roseus f acultative anaerobes: Aerococcus viridans , Enterococcus[] Trichococcus flocculiformis , Vagococcus anaerobes Coprococcus , Peptococcus niger , Peptostreptococcus , Ruminococcus , Sarcina Catalase positive : Deinococcus , Micrococcus , Planococcus[]

    Missing: antarcticus
  • Acidaminococcus

    Characteristics Organism Aerobic, catalase-positive, gram-positive cocci Micrococcus Planococcus Staphylococcus Stomatococcus Aerobic, catalase-negative, gram-positive cocci[]

    Missing: antarcticus
  • Micrococcus Luteus

    An interesting remaining family member, Microoccus antarcticus , was isolated from Antarctica, and is capable of growing at 4 C.[] Characterization of Micrococcus antarcticus sp.nov., a psychrophilic bacterium from Antarctica.[] Characterization of Micrococcus antarcticus sp. nov., a psychrophilic bacterium from Antarctica.[]

    Missing: Planococcus
  • Trichomonal Prostatoseminovesiculitis

    […] conjuctivitis, arthritis trichomonas Trichomoniasis: cervicitis, prostatitis, epididymitis, vesiculitis. cystitis, pyelonephritis micrococcus, staphylococcus, stomatococcus, planococcus[]

    Missing: antarcticus
  • Staphylococcus Aureus

    Characterization of Micrococcus antarcticus sp.nov., a psychrophilic bacterium from Antarctica.[] […] grow well in environments with little water or high salt concentrations, including sportswear made with synthetic fabrics . [3] Most are mesophiles ; some, like Micrococcus antarcticus[] Although some, like Micrococcus antarcticus , are cold-adapted, and have been found living in Antarctica and in marine environments.[]

    Missing: Planococcus
  • Morus

    […] pectiniferus, Ceroplastes ceriferus, Chunrocerus niveosparsus, Drosicha stebbingi, Hemiberlesia lataniae, Icerya purchasi, Parasaissetia nigra, Parthenolecanium persicae, Planococcus[]

    Missing: antarcticus
  • Acanthophis Antarcticus Toxin Aa E

    Druck 1878: Gelbotter; Todesotter (Alecto curta; Acanthophis antarcticus). 7,99 EUR 6,50 EUR envío Stampa antica SERPENTI Hoplocephalus e Acanthophis 1891 Old antique print[] J biosci 2011 Jun;36(2):355-61 alpha- elapitoxin- Aa2a, Acanthophis antarcticus 0 *Elapid Venoms Neurotoxins.[] Arch Toxicol. 2011 Apr;85(4):305-13 alpha- elapitoxin- Aa2a, Acanthophis antarcticus 0 *Elapid Venoms Neurotoxins.[]

    Missing: Planococcus
  • Gardenia Augusta

    003 @ AMNH_PBI (1) Mycosphaerellaceae Cercospora gardeniae @ 436609B (1) ; 436609A (1) ; 436609C (1) Plectosphaerellaceae Verticillium cinnamomeum @ BPI (3) Pseudococcidae Planococcus[]

    Missing: antarcticus

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