Foodborne Disease Handbook, Vol. 1: Bacterial Pathogens by Y.H. Hui, Merle D. Pierson, J. Richard Gorham

By Y.H. Hui, Merle D. Pierson, J. Richard Gorham

Contains new chapters at the function of U. S. poison facilities in bacterial exposures; micro organism biota in meals; salmonellosis in animals; human salmonellosis; vibro cholerae; vibrio vulnificus; and more.

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Sobria, and A. caviae. The A. hydrophila group is associated with human illnesses. , A. veronii, has been added to this list (44); it is distinguished from the other motile aeromonads by a positive ornithine decarboxylase test. Motile aeromonads belong to the family Vibrionaceae. Separation of the genus Aeromonas from related members of the family can be accomplished by biochemical reactions (Table 1). Aeromonas species are easily confused with group F Vibrios (V. fluvialis). Vibrios and motile aeromonads can be differentiated by their phenotypical reactions: salt requirement for growth and 0/129 sensitivity.

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