Salmonella

Genus of Enterobacteriaceae; motile, Gram negative. Enteric organisms that if invasive cause enteric fevers (eg. typhoid, caused by S. typhi ), food-poisoning (usually S. typhimurium or S. enteridis , the latter notorious for contamination of poultry), and occasionally septicaemia in non-intestinal tissues.

Salmonella

For detailed information, go to your library and check out a decent microbiology text. Major sign in affected horses is fetid and profuse diarrhea. Fever, anorexia, and a significant neutropenia are also present. Origins--the bacterium Salmonella spp. (there are over 2200 serotypes, most of them potential if not documented pathogens) Transmission is by contamination of food by feces from an acutely affected animal, or by an inapparent carrier, some previously affected animals continue to shed th…...

Salmonella

A genus of rod-shaped, gram-negative bacteria that are a common cause of food poisoning.
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salmonella

[n] - rod-shaped gram-negative enterobacteria
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Salmonella

a group of bacteria; includes a species that causes food poisoning and another responsible for typhoid fever
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Salmonella

A widespread genus of gram-negative motile-rod bacteria, some of them can cause moderate GI infections, while several can produce metabolites in food that cause serious toxic reaction when the food is eaten
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Salmonella

A type of bacteria.
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Salmonella

Our Salmonella Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Salmonella Salmonella: A group of bacteria that cause typhoid fever and a number of other illnesses, including food poisoning, gastroenteritis and enteric fever from contaminated food products. Named for the American pathologist Daniel Salmon (1850-1914). Se...
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Salmonella

Genus of gram-negative Enterobacteriaceae that are responsible for several infections in humans (gastroenteritis and typhoid). If invasive they can cause enteric fevers (e.g. Typhoid, caused by Salmonella typhi), food poisoning (usually Salmonella typhimurium or Salmonella enteridis, the latter notorious for contamination of poultry) and occasional...
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salmonella

noun rod-shaped Gram-negative enterobacteria; cause typhoid fever and food poisoning; can be used as a bioweapon
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Salmonella

(sal″mo-nel´ә) a genus of gram-negative, rod-shaped bacteria of the family Enterobacteriaceae that move by means of hairlike flagella that cover the entire cell surface. The entire genus consists of only two species, S. bongori and S. enterica; only S. enterica affects humans. Salmonella...
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salmonella

(sal″mo-nel´ә) any organism of the genus Salmonella. adj., salmonel´lal., adj.
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Salmonella

group of rod-shaped, gram-negative, facultatively anaerobic bacteria in the family Enterobacteriaceae. Their principal habitat is the intestinal ... [6 related articles]
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salmonella

A group of bacteria, some species of which cause food poisoning or enteritis; specific types cause typhoid and paratyphoid fever.
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Salmonella

Salmonella is a genus of rod-shaped Gram-negative bacteria that inhabit the intestine and cause disease (salmonellosis) in humans and animals. They are aerobic or facultatively anaerobic, and most are motile.
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Salmonella

Type: Term Pronunciation: sal′mō-nel′ă Definitions: 1. A genus of aerobic to facultatively anaerobic bacteria (family Enterobacteriaceae) containing gram-negative rods that are either motile or nonmotile; motile cells are peritrichous. These organisms do not liquefy gelatin or produce indole and vary in their production of hyd...
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salmonella

Any of a very varied group of bacteria, genus Salmonella, that colonize the intestines of humans and some animals. Some strains cause typhoid and paratyphoid fevers, while others cause salmonella food poisoning, which is characterized by stomach pains, vomiting, diarrhoea, and headache. It can be fatal in elderly people, but othe...
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Salmonella

a bacteria found naturally in the feces of many animals, including turtles, that can cause food poisoning in humans when ingested
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Salmonella

A group of bacteria that cause typhoid fever and a number of other illnesses, including food poisoning, gastroenteritis and enteric fever from contaminated food products.
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salmonella

A serious disease carried by reptiles and amphibians
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Salmonella

{Italic title} Salmonella ə is a genus of rod-shaped, Gram-negative bacteria. There are only two species of Salmonella, Salmonella bongori and Salmonella enterica, of which there are around six subspecies and innumerable serovars. The genus belongs to the same family as Escherichia, which includes the species E.coli. Salmonellae are found worldwi...
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Salmonella

A microorganism causing food poisoning in humans, salmonella is very common and is found on meat, poultry and rarely, seafood. Normal cooking destroys salmonella.
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Salmonella

A pathogenic, diarrhea-producing bacterium that is the leading cause of human food borne illness amo
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salmonella

rod-shaped Gram-negative enterobacteria
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