genus Klebsiella

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The genus Klebsiella, an epiphytic microbiota, sub-dominated the bacterial community during the entire process of ensiling.
Bacteria of the genus Klebsiella frequently cause nosocomial infections and are associated with high morbidity and mortality in people (1).
Ahmad et al., (2008) reported the genus Klebsiella as organic acid producer from the glucose metabolism to solubilize phosphates present in the soil solution, Ahemad and Saghir (2011) reported levels of solubilization up to 294 mg x [L.sup.-1] using as source of P tricalcium phosphate.
The genus Klebsiella belongs to the tribe Klebsiellae, which is a member of the family Enterobacteriaceae.
The genus Klebsiella consists of capsulated, gram negative rods, 1-2 mm long non-motile organisms.
oxytoca) has been isolated from human clinical specimens to a much lesser degree when compared to the other members of the genus Klebsiella (3).
Live-in bacteria, particularly of the genus Klebsiella, could provide an estimated 45 to 60 percent of the nitrogen in the ants' food, the researchers say.