HELP ME TO IDENTIFY BACTERIA

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HELP ME TO IDENTIFY BACTERIA

Post by vivian87 » Fri Apr 08, 2011 9:38 am

I have been isolated some facultative anaerobic bacteria from water. Please give me some suggestion. I need to report the results a.s.a.p as the ducks of my customer are dying!!!!thank you!!!!

1) Blood agar: greenish-brownish, flat, beta haemolytic, colony edge become dry after 24hr but the middle of the colony is still mucoid.
gram stain: gram positive, short rod
catalase +ve, oxidase -ve, indole -ve, urease -ve, motility -ve.
tsi: A/A, no H2S and gas.

2) Blood agar: greyish, minute, pin-point, non haemolytic.
gram stain: gram negative coccus and rod. (pleomorphic)
catalase (after a while +ve), oxidase +ve, indole -ve, urease -ve, motility -ve.
tsi: A/A, no H2S and gas.

3) blood agar:grey, mucoid, flat, non-haemolytic
gram stain: positive, rod with spore
catalase +ve, oxidase +ve, indole -ve, urease +ve, motility -ve.
tsi: K/K, middle yellow, no H2S and gas.

4) blood agar: greenish-brownish, mucoid, non-haemolytic
gram stain: positive, long thin rod/filament
catalase +ve, oxidase +ve, indole -ve, urease -ve, motility +ve
tsi: A/A, no H2S and gas

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