alexa Resistance Determinants of Pseudomonas Species from Aquaculture in Australia

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Resistance Determinants of Pseudomonas Species from Aquaculture in Australia

Members of the genus Pseudomonas are a ubiquitous group of Gram-negative, motile, rod-shaped bacteria known for their metabolic versatility with genetic and physiologic capabilities that allow them to flourish in environments hostile to many other bacteria. It is one of the most diverse bacterial genera, containing over 60 validly described species.

Citation: Ndi OL, Barton MD (2012) Resistance Determinants of Pseudomonas Species from Aquaculture in Australia. J Aquac Res Development 3:119

 
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