- Escherichia, Shella, and Salmonella
- Yersinia - by Hardy Diagnostics
- Shella - bacterial genus - Microbiology Dictionary
- Lactose-Fermenting Salmonella from Dried Milk and Milk. - NCBI
Escherichia, Shella, and Salmonella
After 48 hours, most species diameters increase and the centers become elevated and take on a "Chinese Hat" shape. Chemoorganotrophic, having both a fermentative and respiratory type metabolism. Occur within a broad spectrum of habitats including humans, animals, especially rodents and birds, soil, water, dairy products and other foods.
Yersinia - by Hardy Diagnostics
Also, habitat will vary according to specie e.g.: For the most part, the geographical distribution of Yersinia spp. frederiksenii in man and animals is not clearly established.
Shella - bacterial genus - Microbiology Dictionary
Is widespread, and the organism has been isolated from all continents. They tend to behave more like opportunistic pathogens than true pathogens.
Lactose-Fermenting Salmonella from Dried Milk and Milk. - NCBI
Colonies grown on Nutrient Agar appear translucent to opaque.
Salmonella bergey's manual determinative bacteriology:
Rating: 100 / 100
Overall: 95 Rates