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Pseudomonas Migula 1894
The genus contains about 200 species. They are Gram-negative, non-sporulating, rod-shaped and aerobic bacteria which can have several polar flagellae. They produce a green diffusible, fluorescent pigment on certain media. Current identification methods include analyses of 16S rRNA and fatty acids as well as classical physiological and biochemical tests. While the genus includes a number of important plant pathogens like Pseudomonas syringae others are human and animal pathogens.
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The literature database currently contains 1459 publications for the genus Pseudomonas. See the box above on the left for queries from the literature database. The database includes articles on the different species listed below as well as general articles for this genus. However, please note that the lists may require update and may be incomplete.
Currently, the following species have been entered into the system: